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2018-12-18 14:52:03
VAN NECK, Jacob Cornelisz (1564-1638)
Amsterdam: Coneille Nicolas, 1601. VAN NECK, Jacob Cornelisz (1564-1638). [Le second livre], Iournal ou comptoir, contenant le vray discours et narration historique, du voigae faict par les huict navires d'Amsterdam, au mois de mars l'an 1598 soubs la conduitte de l'Admiral Iaques Corneille Necq, & du Vice-Admiral VVibrant de VVarwicq. de leur voigae, & choses plus memorables, eux audit voiage sur venues, de leur riche charge, & sain retour. Amsterdam: Corneille Nicolas, sur l'eaue au Diare. Pour Bonaventure Dacivelle Libraire a Calais, l'An 1601. [WITH]: Appendice. Vocabulaire des mots Iavans et Malayts, qu'avons mesmes escripts a Ternati, servant de promptuaire a ceux qui y desirent navgier, car la langue Malayte s'use par toutes les Indes Orientales, principalement es Molucques ... Imprimé chez Corneille Nicolas ..., 1601. 2 parts in one volume (13 x 9 2/8 inches). 2 vignette title-pages illustrated with the same large engraving including an elephant, that for the Appendice with the "No. 19" additionally engraved in the image, large vignettes in the text, including maps of Mauritius, the harbour at Arosbaya, the island of Ambon, Banda, Ternate, Gamalama, the famous scene which includes the first image of a Dodo, 16 further large vignettes, and 2 wood-cuts of nutmeg and cloves in the text (part of the top margin of the title-page excised removing 'Le second livre', some loss to the margin of folio 3, not affecting the image, one or two pale marginal stains). Modern half vellum, marbled paper boards. First French edition, of the account of the second Dutch Voyage to th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries [U.S.A.]
2018-12-12 20:13:31
PERRET, JACQUES. (& JACOB BAROZZIO von VIGNOLA).
Paris, Thomas de Leu, (1601). - Arnhem, Jan Janssen, 1620 (Vignola). Folio. (42,5 x 29 cm.). Contemp. full vellum. Covers with tooled lineborders. Oval tooled decoration in middle of covers. On upper cover H H V S and at bottom the year 1626. Top of spine and corners restored. Light discolouring to covers. Stamp on both title-pages. Endpapers renewed. PERRET: Engraved title-page (Thomas de Leu sculp.). Ff 7 (= A-G -of 12 ?), 22 double-page engraved plates (Thomas de Leu sculpsit). Text in French and German. Browning to title-page. Plates with scattered brownspots, light toning and a few corners repaired. - VIGNOLA: 95 pp. (without pp. 1-4, but text looks complete) with text in Italian, Dutch, French and German and 42 full-page engravings (numb. I-XXXXII). Title-page with repairs in upper and lower corners, no loss. Upper margin of title-page with a dampstain. A few scattered brownspots and occassionally light toning. Perrot is probably first edition. - Jordan, 2855 - Cockle,799. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2018-12-06 09:26:13
Bound in a handsome bright blue late 19th century full leather binding with gilt trim and five raised hubs. The red label affixed reads "New Testament" and in gilt on the bottom of the spine reads "London 1601". Very early ownership inscription on title: "Sir Guliili Spicezy Vicar Fr. Stony Incomit Wigom" and on blank verso: "Sum Thomae Hall et amicorum pretium 73 Alatie divitiae et volubiles Iugeatie Scientae jumanotes?." This is a pristine example with all leaves in unmarked bright white un cut condition with no damp staining. The General Title is a bit faded but clearly original with early 17th century old hand to front and verso. This copy collates according to Herbert complete and perfect with all 20ff of preliminaries and all 9pp. of supplements. This is clearly a perfect example in museum grade condition. Folio 171 x 161 Collates complete and museum quality. The Rheims New Testament was one of the versions consulted by the translators of the King James Version (the Authorized Version). The Authorized Version is distinguished from previous English Protestant versions by a greater tendency to employ Latinate vocabulary, and the translators were able to find many such terms (for example: emulation Romans 11:14) in the Rheims New Testament. Consequently, a number of the latinisms of the Douay-Rheims, through their use in the King James Bible, have entered standard literary English. The second edition of Fulke's work, first published in black letter in 1589 (Herbert 202). The arrangement of the matter is exactly the same as in the first edition. The title border: at the t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: mr_anesthesia [Cumming, Georgia, US]
2018-11-20 02:10:31
Recently rebound copy of a folio edition of the New Testament only dated 1601, being a Rhemes New Testament this is the 2nd edition of this printing complete Genesis to Revelation except for the last leaf of tables with last page repaired BIBLE - The Text of the New Testament of Jesus Christ. Translated out of the vulgar Latine by the Papists of the Traiterous Seminarie at Rhemes . . . whereunto is added the translation out of the original Greeke, commonly used in the Church of England . . . the whole worke, perused and enlarged in diuers places by the authors owne hand before his death . . . by W. Fulke. (2nd edition). title within 'architectural' pictorial borders, engraved head / tailpieces, historiated / decorated initial letters; (42), 914 & (10)pp. 4to. imprinted at London by Robert Barker, 1601. * the Rheims & Bishops' texts in parallel columns, with the many notes as whole page printing; first published in 1589, being 'indirectly responsible for the marked influence which Rheims exerted on the Bible of 1611' - Darlow & Moule A good clean example occasional staining with wide margins and measuring approx. 13 by 10 inches.
Bookseller: itshowold [Cape Coral, Florida, US]
2018-11-17 15:46:46
Nicolas Rigault
Lutetiae [Paris]; Francofurti [Frankfort]: Claude Morel. VERY GOOD. Both works in volume are complete as issued with all gatherings present. Solid, well done binding, probably 19th century. Full caps. Corners bumped. Final book heavily foxed in the text pages, but not preliminaries. Nicolai Rigaltii GLOSSARIUM Paris 1601 t/w Mudaeus COMMENTARIUS JUSTINIANEI 1643 Nicolai Rigaltii GLOSSARIUM Paris 1601 t/w Mudaeus COMMENTARIUS JUSTINIANEI 1643 POB#45426 TITLE: Nicolai Rigaltii glossarivm taktikon mixobarbaron. ; De verborvm significatione, qvad novellas impp. qvi in oriente post Iustinianum regnauerunt, de re militari constitutiones pertinent. AUTHOR: Nicolas Rigault PUBLISHER: Lutetiae [Paris]: Apud Claudium Morellum, via Iacobaea, ad insigne Fontis. DATE: M. DCI [1601] DESCRIPTION: [16], 220, [12] p. Gathered in 4s. Complete collation. A guide to significant Greek words. Some very interesting typography using custom matrices to express script in Greek Language. BOUND WITH: TITLE: Commentarius in aliquot titulos libri sexti Codicis Iustinianei qui facie versa enumerantur AUTHOR: Gabriel Mudaeus PUBLISHER: Francofurti: Apud Iohannem Davidem Zunnerum DATE: M. DC. XLIII. [1643] EDITION: Matches VD17 18:728902C, a 1620 printing by Guntherus Speyer, Spirae. DESCRIPTION: [8], 364, [10]p., Despite a later title page, all book description, that is format, pagination & collation, down to an error on the last page number [264, ie 364] matches VD17 18:728902C, a 1620 printing by Guntherus Speyer, Spirae. This commentary on Justinian Code may have been traded in sheets prior to marketin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Poetry in Power [San Marino, California, US]
2018-11-17 15:46:46
Nicolas Rigault
When ordering from the US, parcels may be subject to import tax and duty charges, which the buyer is responsible to pay. Nicolai Rigaltii GLOSSARIUM Paris 1601 t/w Mudaeus COMMENTARIUS JUSTINIANEI 1643 Nicolai Rigaltii GLOSSARIUM Paris 1601 t/w Mudaeus COMMENTARIUS JUSTINIANEI 1643 POB#45426 TITLE: Nicolai Rigaltii glossarivm taktikon mixobarbaron. ; De verborvm significatione, qvad novellas impp. qvi in oriente post Iustinianum regnauerunt, de re militari constitutiones pertinent. AUTHOR: Nicolas Rigault PUBLISHER: Lutetiae [Paris]: Apud Claudium Morellum, via Iacobaea, ad insigne Fontis. DATE: M. DCI [1601] DESCRIPTION: [16], 220, [12] p. Gathered in 4s. Complete collation. A guide to significant Greek words. Some very interesting typography using custom matrices to express script in Greek Language. BOUND WITH: TITLE: Commentarius in aliquot titulos libri sexti Codicis Iustinianei qui facie versa enumerantur AUTHOR: Gabriel Mudaeus PUBLISHER: Francofurti: Apud Iohannem Davidem Zunnerum DATE: M. DC. XLIII. [1643] EDITION: Matches VD17 18:728902C, a 1620 printing by Guntherus Speyer, Spirae. DESCRIPTION: [8], 364, [10]p., Despite a later title page, all book description, that is format, pagination & collation, down to an error on the last page number [264, ie 364] matches VD17 18:728902C, a 1620 printing by Guntherus Speyer, Spirae. This commentary on Justinian Code may have been traded in sheets prior to marketing by the putative publisher at Frankfort. BINDING: Full Period Calf with printer's waste end papers. End papers are in English. Publication date of first work (160 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Poetry in Power [San Marino, California, US]
2018-11-15 00:29:50
Cary Richard
In aedibus Thomae Wight. An. Dom. 1601. Cum Priuilegio, London. Contemporary sheep, quite rubbed, rebacked, title darkened, definite staining, an extensive marginal gloss in the first pages; the Taussig copy Sole edition of Cary's analysis and digest of the transcripts from the records preserved by Coke in the first part of his Reports and "considered so important" (in the words of Dr. Baker) as to justify this separate, contemporary treatment of them
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-11-13 18:54:41
HERO OF ALEXANDRIA (Herone Alessandrino).
Venezia Gio. Battista Bertoni. SECOND EDITION 1601 corrected, of the first Italian translation (the first appeared in 1589), Slim small 4to, 195 x 140 mm, 7¾ x 5½ inches, engraved title page with elaborate architectural border incorporating printer's 'pilgrim' device which is repeated in a slightly different form on colophon, 11 engraved plates, of which 6 full page, plus 11 woodcut illustrations in the text, some decorative tailpieces and initials, leaves: [3], 4-47, [1] - colophon, numbered on rectos only, making a total of 96 pages, last page blank, bound in full antique vellum, double ruled gilt border and corner ornaments to covers with at centre a small gilt decorative medallion with monogram FSV, raised bands and gilt rules to spine, gilt lettered morocco label, edges speckled red, marbled endpapers. Vellum slightly marked, spine a little darkened, tiny private library label to front pastedown, very short closed tear to fore-edge of front endpaper, occasional small pale mark to margin, otherwise contents very bright and clean. Binding tight and firm. A very good copy. Adams, Books Printed in Europe 1501-1600, page 535, No. 367; Harvard, Italian 16th Century Books, Volume I, No.231, both listing the first edition of 1589 which had the same design of title page, foliation and illustrations. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-11-07 09:18:53
Condition: Very Good. Very nice impression with Martin Böckler, homilies for Sundays, of Pierre Canisius, Jesuit, and translated for the first time in German by Joachim Landolt. So we are here in the presence of a major building project, it is the first translation into German and so open to a larger number of homilies of Canisius. A complete record read article by Peter Johannes Weber: Die Christian catholische Postill aus der Freiburger Jesuitenbibliothek. As well as the: The Primacy of the Postils: Catholics, Protestants, and the Dissemination of ideas in early modern Germany by John M. Frymire which underlines the importance of the Postils of Canisius. Our copy is kept in a very beautiful binding in skin of pig to time about ais of wood, covered with dishes from a large plate to stylized flowers and characters sets in medallions. Clasps in very good condition. The binding is a patina giving an undeniable charm to work. 11 non paged leaflets then 327 numbered slips and a slip unencrypted to the colophon. We reproduce here the full title: Christian catholische postill. Go Sontaglichen Gospels, so durch ganze Jahr, Christian Catolischen Church gepregidt werden in der. Darinnen Weiland dess Ehrwurdigen, Hochberrumbten Herren Petri Canisii H. Schrifft Doctorn Der boardgames Jesu, Lateinische Meditationes, Notae Evangelicae genandt trewlich verteutsch und in die Form gemeiner sontaglicher Predigten, mit fleiss gerichtet, und die zwenn abgtheilet theil. Durch Herren Joachimum Landolt, H. Schirfft Doctorn, und Pssarrer zu Freyburg Breissgaw im alten. Allen Christichen Psarherre … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Abraxas-Libris [Bécherel, FR]
2018-11-05 17:15:22
Rantzau, Heinrich:
(Leipzig), Voegelin resp. Jena, Steinmann, 1601 resp. 1612. Heinrich Rantzau (1526-1598) war von 1556 bis 1598 Statthalter des dänischen Königs für die königlichen Anteile am Herzogtum Schleswig und am Herzogtum Holstein. Er war ein bedeutender Vertreter der Renaissance und des Humanismus im deutsch-dänischen Bereich und trat als Finanzier und politischer Berater unter drei dänischen Königen hervor, außerdem als Ökonom und Bauherr, als Verbesserer der Gutswirtschaft, als Geograph, als Autor und als Korrespondent bedeutender Zeitgenossen. In seinem Entwurf eines europäischen Generalfriedens auf der Grundlage der Glaubens- und Gewissensfreiheit war er seiner Zeit weit voraus (Quelle: Wikipedia). Sein Werk über die gesunde Lebensführung mit vielen Ratschlägen zur Behandlung von Krankheiten erschien erstmals in deutscher Übersetzung durch den Hof- und Stadtmedicus beim Grafen von Schwarzburg in Arnstadt Johannes Wittich (1537-1596) im Jahre 1585. - Der vorgebundene Band stammt von Albert Grawer oder Grauer (1575-1617), Professor der Theologie in Jena, einem Autor vieler Abhandlungen gegen die Reformierten (ADB 9, 1879, S. 617) Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 934 20 x 16cm, Pergamentband d.Zt., handgeschriebener Rückentitel, Monogramm CBRM und 1619 auf dem Deckel, Vorsatzblatt mit Einriss, alter Namenszug; Titel rot-schwarz, 12 nn. Bl., 527 S.; Titel rot-schwarz, 12 nn. Bl., 263 S., 32 nn. Bl.; Papier durchgehend gebräunt, ganz wenige Randbemerkungen alter Hand, wenige kleine Wurmspuren
Bookseller: Dr. Karl Böker [Bielefeld, Germany]
2018-11-03 20:47:38
Nicolas Rigault
Lutetiae [Paris]; Francofurti [Frankfort]: Claude Morel, 1601. VERY GOOD. Both works in volume are complete as issued with all gatherings present. Solid, well done binding, probably 19th century. Full caps. Corners bumped. Final book heavily foxed in the text pages, but not preliminaries.
Bookseller: Poetry in Power [San Marino, California, US]
2018-11-03 20:46:19
Nicolas Rigault
Lutetiae [Paris]; Francofurti [Frankfort]: Claude Morel, 1601.
Bookseller: Poetry in Power [San Marino, California, US]
2018-10-17 09:43:47
Pierre Canisius, Pierre Kanis, Pierre
Condition: Very Good. Very nice impression with Martin Böckler, homilies for Sundays, of Pierre Canisius, Jesuit, and translated for the first time in German by Joachim Landolt. So we are here in the presence of a major building project, it is the first translation into German and so open to a larger number of homilies of Canisius. A complete record read article by Peter Johannes Weber: Die Christian catholische Postill aus der Freiburger Jesuitenbibliothek. As well as the: The Primacy of the Postils: Catholics, Protestants, and the Dissemination of ideas in early modern Germany by John M. Frymire which underlines the importance of the Postils of Canisius. Our copy is kept in a very beautiful binding in skin of pig to time about ais of wood, covered with dishes from a large plate to stylized flowers and characters sets in medallions. Clasps in very good condition. The binding is a patina giving an undeniable charm to work. 11 non paged leaflets then 327 numbered slips and a slip unencrypted to the colophon. We reproduce here the full title: Christian catholische postill. Go Sontaglichen Gospels, so durch ganze Jahr, Christian Catolischen Church gepregidt werden in der. Darinnen Weiland dess Ehrwurdigen, Hochberrumbten Herren Petri Canisii H. Schrifft Doctorn Der boardgames Jesu, Lateinische Meditationes, Notae Evangelicae genandt trewlich verteutsch und in die Form gemeiner sontaglicher Predigten, mit fleiss gerichtet, und die zwenn abgtheilet theil. Durch Herren Joachimum Landolt, H. Schirfft Doctorn, und Pssarrer zu Freyburg Breissgaw im alten. Allen Christichen Psarherre … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Abraxas-Libris [Bécherel, FR]
2018-10-12 11:45:34
Jan David 102+ Engravings RARE
1601. I can not express the honor that I have had to even own this incredibly historic book written by Jan David, "Veridicus Christianus" 1st edition written in 1601 with over 100 original engravings. This is a very scarce and rare book that is over 400 years old and this is the only copy for sale WORLD WIDE in very good condition for its old age. The book is all here with the exception of a few removed engravings and the front cover that has separated. The spine and binding is still in solid shape with original gilt lettering bright and shinning from a early restoration or rebind. This book holds very historical weight as it is one of the earliest Christian teaching books besides obviously the Bible. This book is written in three different languages; 1. Latin, 2. French, and 3. German and they all rhyme when read . What really makes this book stand out is its over 100 original renaissance engravings that are just stunning as they depict biblical teachings containing Jesus, demons, satan, angels, skeletons, etc... The engravings are from the Renaissance period and it's quite obvious as the symbolism is exactly seen in renaissance painters like Hieronymus Bosh and Pieter Bruegel the Elder. Their are many skeletons torturing humans while their being driven in a sleigh into beasts mouth entering the gates of hell and many other very disturbing and scary images. This book was used to teach biblical doctrine using the 100+ engravings in three different languages. The brutal images were used so the common man who was being taught would take to heart what he had been exposed too. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: henningfineart [Orlando, Florida, US]
2018-10-10 04:39:37
Menghi
This 1601 exorcism book is in Good + to Very Good condition with original vellum. Top edge has the inked name of the book (see photo), there is some expected foxing and stain marks (not extensive), the initial title page is actually from part 2 of the book and a jointed glue seam is visible. The vellum cover is slightly loose/separating but is still solid in holding the leaves). The book is in surprisingly good condition considering many such manuals were actually used and handled during rites."More than a treaty of exorcism is a treaty of demonology in three books: the first dedicated to the nature and power of the devil, the second to the misdeeds of witches, and the third to remedies to prevent and cure the evil. forbidden by the Sacred Congregation in 1709." (Bibliotheca lamiarum n. 53) Menghi was considered the father of exorcists during the heyday of witchcraft, possession, and the common practice of exorcisms. Most of his exorcism books were published in Latin, but this work of his "can truly be characterized as a forerunner of modern studies on demonology, although it is still marked by the influences of medieval magic that colored works from a proceeding era. He is well acquainted with demoniacal literature" based on the author he quotes. (The Devil's Scourge, Paxia, p. 17. Paxia's book has extensive commentary and notes on Menghi and his works, including this work.)
Bookseller: Hechler Books [U.S.A.]
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2018-10-09 06:38:04
MATAL JAN (METELLUS)
1601. Incisione in rame, mm 180x260. Rarissima carta tratta dalla rarissima opera "Insularium Orbis aliquot insularum..." in cui solo 4 carte sono a doppia pagina, fra cui la Sardegna (Meurer pag. 190), opera edita dalla cosidetta Scuola di Colonia (1570-1620 ca.), costituita da incisiore e cartografi fiamminghi ed olandesi rifugiatisi a Colonia per sfuggire alle lotte religiose di fine secolo. Spiccano Matthaeus Quad e Frans Hogenberg, che ne fu il fondatore. Jan Matal o Metellus, francese di nascita fu tra i maggiori cartografi del tempo e, insieme al Quad e al Hogenberg stesso, il principale esponente della scuola coloniese. Le sue carte sono poi incluse in pubblicazioni postume (come la nostra), e recano il testo al verso. Esse sono basate sulle carte pubblicate ad Anversa da Abraham Ortelius, per la prima volta nel 1570; le incisioni delle mappe sono invece attribuite a Frans Hogenberg. Di grandissima rarità. Bell'esemplare con lieve ingiallimento dellla carta. Meurer, Atlantes Colonienses, MET 10.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s. [IT]
2018-10-08 08:15:45
MERCURIO, Scipione.
Venetia, G.B. Ciotti, 1601-1606. in-4, pp. (36), 407, leg. coeva p.pergamena, titolo calligrafato lungo il dorso. Frontesp. inciso entro bordura architettonica a figure, 5 incisioni in rame e 26 silografie, assai belle, per lo più a piena pagina, raffig. anatomie, scene di parto, feti, e strumenti chirurgici; tra queste, la prima raffigurazione di un taglio cesareo, senza anestesia, ed una di un parto nella "posizione di Walcher". Dedica a Ottaviano Malipiero. La seconda e terza parte hanno frontespizio separato (quello della seconda riporta per errore "libro terzo"). Terza edizione del primo libro italiano di ostetricia; pubblicato nel 1595-96 (edizione di estrema rarità), ebbe enorme diffusione e ristampe sino al Settecento. "La Commare is divided into three books, the first dealing with natural labour, care of the pregnant woman and of the new born child; the second book takes up the abnormal presentations and their management, and the third deals with various maladies.." (Thoms, pp. 105). "The first Italian book on obstetrics. It is a work of importance for the study of the history of Caesarean section; in it Mercurio advocated the Caesarean operation in cases of contracted pelvis'"(Garrison and Morton). (Esempl. con qualche lavoro di tarlo restaurato, per lo più marginale; bordura del titolo lievem. rifilata in alto, arrossature).. BMC, XVII, 569. Krivatsy 7804; Wellcome 4259. Garrison Morton 6144. Govi, Classici, 141 (ed. 1595)..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2018-10-06 05:36:14
Giovanni MAGGI (1566-1618)
Suite di 8 incisioni all'acquaforte, 1601, firmate e datate in lastra in basso. Esemplari di probabile secondo stato con l'indirizzo di Mattheus Greuter aggiunto in basso. Bellissime prove, impresse su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "cerchio con tre monti" (simile a Briquet 11933 e presente in quattro incisioni), rifilate al rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. La suite dei giardini del Maggi unisce elementi di fantasia a particolari architettonici esistenti in Roma, quali la Basilica di San Lorenzo fuori le Mura, Villa Medici e i Giardini del Quirinale. Disegnatore ed incisore romano, è autore della Bichierografia, una raccolta di 1600 disegni per vetri realizzata nel 1604 e dedicata al Cardinale Francesco Maria del Monte. Nel 1609 concluse un accordo di lavoro con l'editore Giovanni Orlandi , realizzando molte incisioni di chiese. Le sue lastre sono citate nell'elenco di vendita del Vaccari del 1614. Importante la sua opera di incisore di paesaggi e antichità, come la serie: Libro di tutte le guglie, (1600) e Ornamenti delle fabbriche antiche e moderne dell'alma città di Rome,1600. Il Gandellini riporta sull'autore le seguenti parole: "romano, pittore di paesi fu buon disegnatore, e buon prospettivista, ed intagliò ad acquaforte molte vedute ben intese, e con buon gusto formate; molte facciate di chiese di Roma. Fece anche una prospettiva grandissima di Roma ricavata, e disegnata in piano, con tutte le strade, piazze, chiese, palazzi, e case private, la qual'opera non potendo quel pover'uomo finire per mancanza di denaro, ne ridurre a quella perfezione, a cui l'avre … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2018-10-06 01:35:14
Capodivacca [Capivacceus], Girolamo
Apud haeredes Melchioris Sessae. in-folio (322x218 mm), leg. coeva floscia in piena pergamena, titolo manoscritto al dorso; carte [29], [1 b.], 175, [1 b.], pp. 301 [i.e. 310], [2 b.]; [2], 12, [2 b.], 175, [1 b.]. Frontespizi in rosso e nero con marca editoriale xilografata. Testate, finali e capilettera xilografati, finemente istoriati. Testo in Latino in due colonne. L'opera è suddivisa in due parti: la prima parte, "Opera omnia", che termina a p. 301 [i.e. 310], è seguita con proprio frontespizio dal secondo testo, "Hieronymi Capivaccei [...] Tractatus de foetus formatione, de pulsibus, expositio in primum librum aphorismorum Hippoc., de arte collegiandi, et de modo interrogandi aegros", anch'esso pubblicato a Venezia dal Sessa nel 1601. Terza edizione veneziana del Sessa di questa consistente opera di medicina, che raccoglie le lezioni di medicina del professore padovano Girolamo Capodivacca, pubblicate postume per la prima volta nel 1594 a Francoforte. La prima parte è ristampata linea per linea dall'edizione di Sessa del 1598. Il volume comprende il testo degli Aforismi di Ippocrate. Rif.: IT\ICCU\BVEE\031844 (sei copie). Cond.: Segni d'uso alla legatura (mancanze ai bordi ed agli angoli, leggere macchie). Presenza di macchie d'umido (nella prima parte sono prevalentemente marginali e al centro solo in una decina di carte, mentre nella seconda parte sono solo sugli angoli). Nel complesso, trattasi di un esemplare in condizioni decisamente buone.
Bookseller: Books and collectibles di Paola Suaria [IT]
2018-09-25 18:23:20
Godwin
London: 1601. If viewing on a mobile device please view the "Item Description" under "About this Item" to see all images and descriptionLouis88Books. TITLE A Catalogue of the Bishops of England, Since the First Planting of Christian Religion in this Island, Together with a Briefe History of their Liues and Memorable Actions, So Neere as can be Gathered out of Antiquity. By F.G. Subdeane of Exceter ____________________ First Edition ___________________ Author Francis Godwin _________________ Year 1601 _______________ Published by Londini : Impensis Geor. Bishop, 1601. ____________________ Description: Londini: Impensis Geor. Bishop, 1601, FIRST EDITION, printed in black letter, several short old ink and pencil notes to the margins. Signature of a Mr Appleton to the top of the title page. pp. [viii], 547, [1], 4to., modern calf. The most important work of Francis Godwin (1562-1633), the historian and bishop. Godwin knew and worked with William Camden, and produced his own antiquarian works in the same vein as Camden and Matthew Parker. This book attempts to compile biographies, however brief, of every bishop and archbishop ever appointed in England. 'Godwin is notably even-handed, for instance, in describing St Thomas a Becket's troubles with Henry II.[it] was unevenly researched even by the standards of the day, but it wore well over the next two centuries as a basic reference source' (ODNB). It was so well-received it resulted in Godwin's appointment as bishop of Llangollen, and fifteen years after this publication, the translation into Latin of the second edition earned hi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Louis'88Books [Andover, GB]
2018-09-25 17:51:03
BORROMEE Charles
Condition: Bon état. LA NOUE Guillaume. 1601. In-18. Relié. Bon état. Couv. légèrement passée. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur acceptable. Ouvrage unique de 332 pages. Reliure plein Vélin. Ex-Libris manuscrit sur la page de titre. Couverture muette.. . . . Classification Dewey : 250-Ordres religieux chrétiens. sku : RO80114544.
Bookseller: le-livre [SABLONS, FR]
2018-09-23 06:57:42
VÉNEGAS, Miguél and Andrés Marcos BURRIEL.
Eberstadt 128:156; Howes V69; JCB I, 1601; Sabin 98843; Streeter coll. IV, 2433. First edition of the French translation of one of the earliest and most important works on early California. The original Spanish edition was written by Andrés Marcos Burriel (1719-1762), a Spanish Jesuit, after memoires by Miguél Vénegas (1680-1764), who was a Jesuit as well. This French translation, by Marc Antoine Eidous, was based on the English one, and makes no mention of the Spanish authors at all. Vénegas had never actually been to California, but relied on relations of several missionaries who had been there. His book, after being edited and compiled by Burriel, became the most extensive account on Lower California of the 18th century. It contains some rare facts and details on the work of the missionaries and on the customs of the Californian inhabitants. The work was also responsible for putting an end to the myth that California was an island, which was proven when in 1746 father Ferdinand Consag led an expedition to the mouth of the Colorado River, sailing completely around the Gulf of California. An account of this voyage can be found in the third volume, which can be regarded a supplement volume to the other two and is also edited by Burriel. This supplement contains next to the relation of Consag, extracts of other works on California and Northwest Coast explorations up to 1754. A very good copy, with only some minor smudges to the half-title of volume one, and an occasional spot throughout. Binding with minor restorations, corners lightly bumped, but otherwise also very good. [ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2018-09-21 17:57:17
VÉNEGAS, Miguél and Andrés Marcos BURRIEL.
Eberstadt 128:156; Howes V69; JCB I, 1601; Sabin 98843; Streeter coll. IV, 2433. First edition of the French translation of one of the earliest and most important works on early California. The original Spanish edition was written by Andrés Marcos Burriel (1719-1762), a Spanish Jesuit, after memoires by Miguél Vénegas (1680-1764), who was a Jesuit as well. This French translation, by Marc Antoine Eidous, was based on the English one, and makes no mention of the Spanish authors at all. Vénegas had never actually been to California, but relied on relations of several missionaries who had been there. His book, after being edited and compiled by Burriel, became the most extensive account on Lower California of the 18th century. It contains some rare facts and details on the work of the missionaries and on the customs of the Californian inhabitants. The work was also responsible for putting an end to the myth that California was an island, which was proven when in 1746 father Ferdinand Consag led an expedition to the mouth of the Colorado River, sailing completely around the Gulf of California. An account of this voyage can be found in the third volume, which can be regarded a supplement volume to the other two and is also edited by Burriel. This supplement contains next to the relation of Consag, extracts of other works on California and Northwest Coast explorations up to 1754. A very good copy, with only some minor smudges to the half-title of volume one, and an occasional spot throughout. Binding with minor restorations, corners lightly bumped, but otherwise also very good. [ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2018-09-20 20:50:46
PERKINS John d.1545.
Thomas Wight 1601. 12mo. 47 1 blank pp. 168 ff. 2 blank ff. 12 ff. Faintest marginal water-stain through p. 24 some tears to pages at gutter toward the rear no loss. Original full vellum soiled front right cover edge gnawed vellum lace tie present as a fragment. Bookplate of Hopetoun near Edinburgh. Early manuscript inscription above bookplate difficult to read but photo on request the rear section 34The Olde Tenures34 with frequent ink marginal notes in the same hand occasional underlining. Very good. VERY RARE. Later editionfirst published 1528. A popular work covering the land law as developed in the Year Books with French text. PROVENANCE Charles Hope 1681-1742 Scottish nobleman later 1st Earl of Hopetoun was the son of John Hope of Hopetoun grandson of Sir Thomas Hope 1st Baronet of Craighall Fife. John Hope purchased the barony of Niddry Castle from George Seton 4th Earl of Winton around 1680. He also bought the neighboring barony of Abercorn with the office of heritable sheriff of the County of Linlithgow from Sir Walter Seton. In 1684 John Hope was shire commissioner for Linlithgow in the Parliament of Scotland. In 1721 William Adam was asked to remodel and enlarge the House Still in the possession of the Earl of Hopetoun and Scotlands finest stately home. Locations Brown University UCLA. STC 19638 STC 2nd ed. 19641. Beale T424. First Edition.
Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books [CARLSBAD, California, US]
2018-09-02 01:23:41
GODELMANN, Johann Georg
1601 Godelmann MAGIC Witchcraft Sorcery Witch Torture Vampires Occult Demonology Johann Georg Godelmann was a 16th-century German scholar of demonology. In 1591, Godelmann wrote a notable treatise on magic, vampires, witches, and wizardry; a book which calls into question the punishment and sentences doled out to these convicted beings. Like many of Godelmann’s previous treatises, ‘De Magis’ appears to be an anti-witchcraft proponent; however, his books raised skepticism throughout Europe even though they encouraged witch hunts. Much of Godelmann’s own skepticism was came from his belief that Christian kings and kingdoms actually defended magical and blasphemous people. Following the release of this 1601 edition, ‘De Magis’ was placed on the Index of Prohibited Books for its representation of witchcraft and dealing with witches. According to Robbins’ ‘Encyclopedia of Witchcraft and Demonology’, “Godelmann tried, without success, to distinguish various kinds of witches, some guilty, holding that those most often executed were simply foolish and deluded old women. At that period, although completely credulous, his opinions were more enlightened than those generally accepted. Godelmann nullified them, however, by admitting the power of the Devil, the existence of witches, and the reality of the pact. While their stories of sabbat and incubi resulted from delusions sent by the devil and from the hallucinatory effects of their ointments, yet witches could work maleficia. Godelmann's sentimental defense of the harmless old crone could not protect her when judges held delusions eq … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-08-30 16:33:58
Herone, A
1601. Copertina non originale. Tradotti dal greco da Bernardino Baldi Abbate di Guastalla. Venezia, 1601; cartonato, pp. 50, cm 14x20,5.
Bookseller: Libro Co. Italia [Italy]
2018-08-09 07:36:33
TONELLI, FRANCESCO - HISTORY OF MANTUA/MANTOVA
1601. Mantova, Alberto Pazzoni, 1797-1800. Large 4to. Contemp. hvellum and contemp. boards. A tear to first volume at upper hinge. 520,36;(2),364,20,(2) pp. With folded genealogical tables. in vol. I.
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-07-29 07:51:25
SA, EMANUEL DE
Leiden, Horatius Cardon, 1601. (engraved titlepage, 6) 534 (102) p. Contemporary blind-stamped Leather with 5 raised bands, 4° (The spine is skillfully restored with preservation of a part of the original spine.).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo (NVvA, ILAB) [Netherlands]
2018-07-20 20:16:14
Published in 1601 in Venice by Paolo Ugolino. Bound in limp vellum binding with speckled page edges. Both front and rear end papers are from contemporary manuscripts. A classic of occult literature, Menghi was a Franciscan monk and exorcist during the Italian Renaissance. Considering the book's age, this book is in fair condition, former library copy with stamp on title page, spine has been repaired, some cracking and wear to edges with some tears as well. Please refer to all photos for condition. Measures 5.75" x 4" and 1.75" depth. Thanks for looking at my listing!.
Bookseller: Woodstock Antiques KY [Louisville, Kentucky, US]
2018-07-01 06:26:49
Pliny the Elder (Gaius Plinius Secundus) Philemon Holland (trans.)
Adam Islip, London, 1601. Two volumes bound as one in mid-nineteenth century half calf over marbled boards. Woodcut printer's device to titles, head and tail pieces, historiated initials. Separation at front hinge (though boards still attached by cords). Rubbing to head of spine. Original blank fly leaves replaced by binder. Title page of volume one rebacked. Lacking F2-F5 (pp.51-58) of vol II supplied in copy. Dampstaining to upper corner of vol II, pp.550-632. Tape repair to gutters of pages 41/42 of penultimate index with some loss to index numbers, 1 inch loss to page 84 of penultimate index affecting text; other scattered interior repairs with minor textual loss (request images). Pforzheimer 496. [lviii], 614, [xlii]; [xii], 632, [lxxxvi] but lacking errata/colophon on 3P7 and blank page 3P8. ; Folio ; All shipments through USPS insured Priority Mail. . [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: William Chrisant & Sons, Inc. ABAA, ILAB [Ft Lauderdale, FL, U.S.A.]
2018-06-26 14:21:43
DELLA PORTA Giovan Battista,
typis Cornelii Sutorii, sumptibus Ionae Rosae Fr., Ursellis, 1601. In 8, p. [16], 534, [58]. Leg. ottocentesca in mezza perg., titolo in oro su tassello in pelle verde al dorso. Con marca edit., due ritratti e decine di illustrazioni xilografiche intercalate n.t. Margine esterno del front. rinforzato al verso, una generale brunitura dovuta al tipo di carta usato. Peso articolo: 1 kg.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Palatina [San Casciano V.P., FI, Italy]
2018-06-21 15:47:38
Matthew de Westminster [Matthew Paris], Florence de Worcester [Florent], [Jean de Worcester]
16011601Typis Wechelianis apud Claudium Marmium & heredes Ioannis Aubrii, Francofurti [Francfort], 1601. In-folio plein vélin ivoire, dos sobre à 5 nerfs, titre manuscrit, [1f.] blanc, page de titre, [3ff.] de préface, 696 pages, [12ff.] d'index, [1f.] blanc. Mors à restaurer, quelques travaux de vers sans atteinte au texte, quelques mouillures claires. Ex-libris manuscrits et tampons. -Flores Historiarum: Histoire du monde depuis la Création jusqu'à la mort du roi Edouard en 1307.Cette chronique est largement basée sur les travaux de Matthew Paris (jusqu'en 1259) et ceux de nombreux continuateurs par la suite,basés à St Albans et Westminster.-Chronicon ex chronicis Florent de Worcester (mort en 1118) fut continuateur des travaux du moine irlandais Marianus (mort en 1082 ou 1083) qui composa une chronique de la Grande-Bretagne depuis la Création jusqu'au XIIème siècle. La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 9h30 à 12h30 et de 13h30 à 19h00. Commandes par courriel ou téléphone. Envoi rapide, emballage soigné.La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 9h30 à 12h30 et de 13h30 à 19h00. Commandes par courriel ou téléphone. Envoi rapide, emballage soigné.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne et Moderne P. Frérot [France, Caen]
2018-06-15 13:39:36
[Antiphonals] [Carthusian Order].
A truly impressive, large, and unusual pair of Antiphonals for the use of the Ordo Cartusiensis (Carthusians) of Spain; both are entirely on vellum, feature decorated titles pages and large initials in blue and red, and retain their original bindings. As stated above, antiphonals for the use of the Carthusians are rare; there were far fewer convents and monasteries of the Order in Spain than other Orders as the Benedictines for example. The Carthusian Order, founded by Saint Brune in the 11th century in the Alps, is contemplative and eremitical in its nature, where the monks habit cells separated from each other, engaging in prayer, meditation, and some sort of manual labor. The decoration is typically Spanish, large initials in red and blue, and marginal decoration in purple accompanying some of the initials; the initials are finely executed, and are inhabited by mostly floral patterns, putti, and animals. The first title is particularly beautiful, enclosed in a purple frame of remarkably detail. Both volumes end with a manuscript note "Correctum", attesting the volumes had been checked for errors and censored.
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Argentina]
2018-06-15 11:03:43
MARAFIOTI GIROLAMO
1601. EX-LIBRIS NOBILIARE - In 4° antico (cm 22x17). Carte 312 + 14 - Bella legatura coeva a quattro nervi in piena pergamena; tassello in marocchino nocciola con titoli e fregi in oro; tagli color giallo; Ex-libris nobiliare applicato al contropiatto; frontespizio con grande marca tipografica figurata; grandi capolettera, testatine e finalini incisi e riccamente figurati. SPLENDIDO ESEMPLARE a grandi margini e con carte fresche e croccanti.***OPERA RARISSIMA*** [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: EPIZEFIRI [Siderno Marina, Italy]
2018-06-08 15:46:12
SOPHIANOS, Nicholaos (ca 1500-1551).
Basel: [Johannes Schroeterus], [possibly after October], 1601. 8 sheets joined (30 2/8 x 44 inches). Fine woodcut map of Greece, dedication to members of Tycho Brahe's family by I. Jacobus Grassius (Johann Jacob Grasser 1579-1627, Poet Laureate in Basel in 1601), and descriptive text, dated 1601, within elaborate allegorical cartouche lower left, scale lower right, the sea decorated with magnificent galleons, warships and boats, threatened by terrible sea monsters, by "CHS", probably Master Christoph otherwise known as Christoph Schweicker of Strasbourg (who was one of the artists for Munster's "Cosmographia"), and "CH", after Sophianos (without a rare separate ninth sheet printing the key, and giving a list of ancient and modern place-names; some light browning to edges and joins, some discreet repairs lower left). Provenance: Purchased from Nico Israel, Amsterdam, January 1985, by Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co, their sale, Rachel Davis Auction September 21st, 2013, lot 423. AN EXCEPTIONALLY RARE COPY, AND AN APPARENTLY UNRECORDED VARIANT ISSUE, OF THE MOST IMPORTANT AND INFLUENTIAL 16TH-CENTURY MAP OF GREECE, AND 'A CARTOGRAPHICAL BESTSELLER' (Tolias). A variant of the 1601 re-issue, apparently not previously noted, with a dedication to members of astronomer Tycho Brahe's (1546-1601) family, rather than to Andreae Riffio, of Johannes Operin's Basel edition of 1544 and 1545. The map is printed from the same woodcuts and shows Operin's printer's mark of Arion playing his lyre as he rides two dolphins in the sea above the dedicatory cartouche, and the initials of the woodbloc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-06-05 06:29:04
PASIO, Francesco (Gomez, Pedro; Longobardi, Nicolò)
Zannetti, Roma, 1601. In -8°, pp. 109, (b), cartonato, tagli rossi. Prima edizione. Francesco Pasio (1551-1612) fu il primo provinciale gesuita in Giappone, residente a Nagasaki; il libro comprende anche una lettera del vice-provinciale Pedro Gomez (1533-1600), autore del "Compendium", ovvero un trattato di cosmologia e teologia che sarebbe diventata la prima opera a introdurre la cultura occidentale in Giappone; segue un testo di Nicolò Longobardi (1559-1654), gesuita siciliano che in Cina fu il successore di Matteo Ricci (nominato varie volte in questo testo); la quarta e ultima lettera è un resoconto di una missione presso i territori islamici del Mogol (India, Pakistan, Afghanistan). Marca dei gesuiti al frontespizio e capilettera figurati.First edition. Pasio (1551-1612) was the first Jesuit Provincial in Japan: he resided in Nagasaki; the book includes also a letter of his deputy Pedro Gomez (1533-1600), author of the "Compendium", a cosmology and theology treaty that had to become the first work to introduce western knowledge in Japan; then a text by Nicolò Longoboardi (1559-1654), a sicilian jesuit who replace, in China, Matteo Ricci (mentioned many times in this text); the fourth and last letter is the chronicle of a mission in Islamic areas of Mughal (India, Pakistan, Afghanistan). A Jesuit mark on title page and figurative initials.Pasio (1551-1612) was the first Jesuit Provincial in Japan: he resided in Nagasaki; the book includes also a letter of his deputy Pedro Gomez (1533-1600), author of the "Compendium", a cosmology and theology treaty that had to become t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [ROMA, RM, Italy]
2018-06-05 06:16:06
[MONCY ou MONCHY (Jean de)]
1601. 2 parties reliées en un volume petit in-8, broché, couverture papier ancien. Rarissime édition originale de deux parties, connue à un unique autre exemplaire, de cette "première utopie française", ou plutôt dystropie, versant tragique du Royaume d'Antangil du même auteur, utopie qui paraîtra en 1616. Calviniste originaire de Monchy-le-Preux proche d'Arras, Jean de Moncy (ou Monchy) se serait réfugié à Tiel aux Pays-Bas où il devint maître d'école ; c'est aussi dans un but pédagogique qu'il rédigea ces "dialogues", comme il le précise dans son avant-propos. A. Cioranescu ("Le Royaume d'Antangil et son auteur", Studi Frances, n°19, 1963, p. 17-25) soutient que Jean de Moncy considérait Antangil comme l'envers des Dialogues rustiques : "ces derniers font le tableau d'une triste réalité, monde de vices où la vraie religion n'est pas reconnue, contre lequel l'auteur propose ensuite l'évasion vers la belle ordonnance imaginaire d'Antangil" (p. 24). Le lieu d'impression de la première partie demeure inconnu. La deuxième partie, également considérée comme l'édition originale, est publiée par Hillebrand van Wouw à La Haye. Les dates exactes de publications des deux parties restent objet de débats. L'ouvrage connaîtra par la suite un très large succès, d'immédiates traductions en flamand et de nombreuses rééditions à travers l'Europe. Les deux parties sont cataloguées séparément à la bibliothèque de l'Arsenal [8-T-9773 (1) et (2)]. Ce sont les uniques exemplaires recensés dans le monde. Willems ("Les Elzevier", n°70, p. 25) qui a identifié l'auteur, cite les deux parties d'aprè … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Hatchuel [FR]
2018-05-16 14:26:58
Antique Master Print, untitled. Track leading from a marshy area up a wooded hill. Etching on hand laid paper. Watermark: monogram Description: Source unknown, to be determined. State: Second state of 2. Ref: Hollstein 7. Provenance: Old stocknr. of Colnaghi's London The prints by De Vlieger are rare. This is a very good early impression.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Simon Jacobsz. de Vlieger' after own design. Simon Jacobsz. de Vlieger (ca. 1601-1653) was a painter of marine landscapes and portraits and etcher. He worked in Delft and Amsterdam. He was a student of Willem van de Velde the elder and possibly Jan and Julius Porcellis. He is seen as the teacher of Willem van de velde the Younger, Jan van de Capelle and Hendrick Dubbels. Condition: Excellent, given age. Ample margins, very good example. Faint stains in the margins. Minimal paper loss in the top right margin corner. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: Q1-084 LATPC The overall size is ca. 7.8 x 6.8 inch. The image size is ca. 6.3 x 5.4 inch. The overall size is ca. 19.8 x 17.3 cm. The image size is ca. 15.9 x 13.6 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2018-05-16 06:28:32
PASIO, Francesco (Gomez, Pedro; Longobardi, Nicolò)
Zannetti, Roma, 1601. In -8°, pp. 109, (b), cartonato, tagli rossi. Prima edizione. Francesco Pasio (1551-1612) fu il primo provinciale gesuita in Giappone, residente a Nagasaki; il libro comprende anche una lettera del vice-provinciale Pedro Gomez (1533-1600), autore del "Compendium", ovvero un trattato di cosmologia e teologia che sarebbe diventata la prima opera a introdurre la cultura occidentale in Giappone; segue un testo di Nicolò Longobardi (1559-1654), gesuita siciliano che in Cina fu il successore di Matteo Ricci (nominato varie volte in questo testo); la quarta e ultima lettera è un resoconto di una missione presso i territori islamici del Mogol (India, Pakistan, Afghanistan). Marca dei gesuiti al frontespizio e capilettera figurati.First edition. Pasio (1551-1612) was the first Jesuit Provincial in Japan: he resided in Nagasaki; the book includes also a letter of his deputy Pedro Gomez (1533-1600), author of the "Compendium", a cosmology and theology treaty that had to become the first work to introduce western knowledge in Japan; then a text by Nicolò Longoboardi (1559-1654), a sicilian jesuit who replace, in China, Matteo Ricci (mentioned many times in this text); the fourth and last letter is the chronicle of a mission in Islamic areas of Mughal (India, Pakistan, Afghanistan). A Jesuit mark on title page and figurative initials.Pasio (1551-1612) was the first Jesuit Provincial in Japan: he resided in Nagasaki; the book includes also a letter of his deputy Pedro Gomez (1533-1600), author of the "Compendium", a cosmology and theology treaty that had to become t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [ROMA, RM, Italy]
2018-05-15 07:05:47
PASIO, Francesco (Gomez, Pedro; Longobardi, Nicolò)
Zannetti, 1601. In -8°, pp. 109, (b), cartonato, tagli rossi. Prima edizione. Francesco Pasio (1551-1612) fu il primo provinciale gesuita in Giappone, residente a Nagasaki; il libro comprende anche una lettera del vice-provinciale Pedro Gomez (1533-1600), autore del "Compendium", ovvero un trattato di cosmologia e teologia che sarebbe diventata la prima opera a introdurre la cultura occidentale in Giappone; segue un testo di Nicolò Longobardi (1559-1654), gesuita siciliano che in Cina fu il successore di Matteo Ricci (nominato varie volte in questo testo); la quarta e ultima lettera è un resoconto di una missione presso i territori islamici del Mogol (India, Pakistan, Afghanistan). Marca dei gesuiti al frontespizio e capilettera figurati. First edition. Pasio (1551-1612) was the first Jesuit Provincial in Japan: he resided in Nagasaki; the book includes also a letter of his deputy Pedro Gomez (1533-1600), author of the "Compendium", a cosmology and theology treaty that had to become the first work to introduce western knowledge in Japan; then a text by Nicolò Longoboardi (1559-1654), a sicilian jesuit who replace, in China, Matteo Ricci (mentioned many times in this text); the fourth and last letter is the chronicle of a mission in Islamic areas of Mughal (India, Pakistan, Afghanistan). A Jesuit mark on title page and figurative initials. Pasio (1551-1612) was the first Jesuit Provincial in Japan: he resided in Nagasaki; the book includes also a letter of his deputy Pedro Gomez (1533-1600), author of the "Compendium", a cosmology and theology treaty that had to become the f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [IT]
2018-04-29 06:18:43
DELLA PORTA GIOVANNI BATTISTA
Ursellis, typis Cornelii Sutorii, sumptibus Ione Rosae Fr, 1601. Cm. 18, pp. (16) 534 (58). Con 2 ritratti (Della Porta e il cardinale Luigi d'Este) incisi f.t. e decine di suggestive illustrazioni xilografiche n.t. Frontespio in rosso e nero con bel marchio tipografico. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida con titoli ms. al dorso; piatti inquadrati da duplice filetto impresso a secco. Firme di possesso al frontespizio anticamente cassate, piccola mancanza alla parte alta del dorso, minima frastagliatura al margine esterno/alto del frontespizio, fioriture/bruniture dovute alla qualità della carta. Esemplare nel complesso genuino e in buono stato di conservazione. Giovanni Battista Della Porta (1535-1615), originario di Vico Equense, fu filosofo, scienziato e alchimista. L'opera fu pubblicata per la prima volta in latino nel 1586 e fu sottoposta alla censura ecclesiastica per sospetta divulgazione delle arti magiche e dell'astrologia. Anche per la traduzione in volgare l'Autore incontrò numerose traversie, tanto che uscì a Napoli solo nel 1598 sotto lo pseudonimo di Giovanni de Rosa. Rara edizione belga stampata con l'Autore ancora in vita e sconosciuta alle principali bibliografie. Cfr. Iccu; per altre edizioni Brunet, IV, 825-26; Caillet, 8858; Graesse, V, 417; Choix, 13522. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio [Trento, Italy]
2018-04-22 00:13:26
CASSERIUS, Giulio Cesare
[Victorius Baldinus], 1601. FIRST EDITION Elaborately engraved title, 2 engraved portraits, and 33 engraved anatomical plates. Our copy is one of a few printed with a blank verso M3, a printer's error, considered by researchers to be an earlier issue. It is also bound in the original boards, and due to a probable binder's error, it was bound without 4 congruent text leaves (Q2-3 and B2-3), which are supplied in facsimile. A few insignificant spots, but overall a handsome and elegant copy. The words "Enatomia placem" (?) in contemporary manuscript to top and bottom fore-edges. First edition of the most beautiful and celebrated book published on the ear and throat, with drawings based on Casserius' human and animal dissections. His detailed and accurate studies included a wide range of animals: mammals, birds, amphibians, and insects, all examined in relation to human organs. The plates were executed by the German painter and etcher Joseph Maurer, and are the most accurate in the history of comparative anatomy. "Casserius' plates mark a new epoch in the history of anatomic representation, owing to the correctness of their anatomical drawing, their tasteful arrangement, and the beauty of their technical execution . . . They have become the models for anatomic illustrations in copper, just as the Vesalian representations had been for anatomic woodcuts" (see Choulant-Frank, p. 228). The work is divided into two separate parts, one on the organs of speech, and the other on hearing. It records the first accurate description of the laryngeal muscles and nerves as well as the first … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg [US]
2018-04-13 05:01:04
Bacon Francis
Imprinted . . . by Robert Barker [etc.], London, 1601. Modern 1/4 calf, some staining and worming, lacking signature E (four leaves), the binding strained, a working copy at best; with A1 blank The work which Elizabeth ordered Bacon to write, complementing his central role (together with Coke) in prosecuting Essex for treason, "remain[ing] one of the dark charges against Bacon's character" given his closeness with Essex and still debated
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-04-13 05:00:53
Imprinted at London by Robert Barker [etc.], London, 1601. Modern 3/4 calf, lightish browning and staining, else sound with frequent marginal notations; without the subsidies and pardon; the Taussig copy
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-04-03 11:05:11
GARNIER (Robert).
Petit in-12 de 623pp. en plein vélin post., titre calligraphié en rouge, noir et bleu au dos. Il manque le dernier feuillet blanc. Reliure de la fin du XIXème. Bon exemplaire. Edition peu commune des huit tragédies de Robert Garnier. Cette édition fut remise en vente en 1601 et 1602 à l'adresse de Cloquemin. S’il est reconnu comme le plus grand auteur dramatique de la Renaissance, Robert Garnier doit surtout être regardé, en se consacrant au genre tragique de manière à peu près exclusive, comme l’auteur de la première « œuvre » tragique française, et de ce point de vue, il marque un moment capital dans l’histoire du genre. (Tchemerzine-Scheler III, 429c; Baudrier II, 348. Arbour, 2326; FVB,22376). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Jardin des Muses [Saint-Pierre du Val, NORMA, France]
2018-03-31 13:07:02
Clusius, Carolus [d.i. Charles de L`Ecluse]:
[Rariorum Plantarum Historia] Caroli Clvsi Atrbatis, Impp. Caess. Avgg. Maximiliani. II. Rvdolphi. II. Aulae quondam familaris, RARIORVM PLANTARVM HISTORIA. Quae accesserint, proxima pagina docebit. Beigebunden: Ad 1, Ders., Exoticorvm Libri Decem: Quibus Animalium, Plantarum, Aromatum, aliorum´que peregrinorum Fructuum historiae describuntur: Item Petri Belloni Observationes, eodem Carolo Clusio interprete. Series totius operis post Praesationem indicabitur. (1605) Ad 2, Nicolai Monardi, Hispalensis Medici praestantissimi, Libri Tres, Magna Medicinae Secreta et varia Expermenta continentes: Et illi quidem Hispanico sermone conscripti; nunc verò recens Latio donati à Carolo Clvsio Atrebate. Horum seriem proxima pagina indicabit. Ad 3, Altera Appendix ad Rariorum Plantarum Historiam Caroli Clvsi. [Referenda ad pag. CCLX] Ad 4, Petri Belloni Cenomani Plumimarum singularium & memorabilium rerum in Graecia, Asia, Aegypto, Iudaea, Arabia, aliisque exteris Provinciis ab ipso conspectarum Observationes tribus libris expressae. Carolvs Clvsivs Atrebas è Gallicis Latinas faciebat, & denuò recensebat. Alera editio, longè castigatior, & quibusdam Scholiis illustrata. (1605) Ad 5, Caroli Clvsii Atrebatis CVRAE POSTERIORES sev Plurimarum non antè cognitarum, aut descriptarum stirpium, peregrino-rum´que aliquot animalium novae descriptiones: Quibus & omnia ipsius Opera, alia´que ab eo versa augentur, aut illustrantur. Accessit seorsim Everardi Vorstii, Medicinae professoris Clarissimi, de eiusdem Caroli Clvsii Vita & Obitu Oratio, aliorumque deeisdem Epicedia. (1611).
Antverpiae (Antwerpen), ex Officina Plantiniana apud Ioannem Moretum & Raphelengii, 1601 - 1611. Titel + Porträt+ 5 n.n. Bll. + 364 S. + CCCXLVIII S. + 6 n.n. Bll. + Zwischentitel + 7 n.n. Bll. + 378 + 5 n.n. Bll. + Zwischentitel + 52 S. + Zwischentitel + 13 n.n. Bll. + Zwischentitel + 5 n.n. Bll. + 242 + 1 S. + Zwischentitel + 2 n.n. Bll. + 71 S. + Zwischentitel + 24 S. Blindgeprägter OLd. der Zeit, auf fünf Bünden. In lateinischer Sprache. Mit den gestochenen Titelblättern (3) sowie dem Porträt des Charles de L`Ecluse sowie den zahlreichen Holzschnitten von Pflanzen und Tieren (kpl.). Nissen BBI 368, 369, 372. Vgl. NDB 3, 296f. ADB IV, 349-351. - Einige Blätter papierbedingt gebräunt, leicht stockfleckig, Exlibris a. V. sowie vers. hds. Einträge zur Provenienz, Gelenke fachmännisch restauriert, Bänder zum Schließen fehlen, Gbrsp. - Nach Besuch einer Klosterschule in Arras 1540-42 und einer Lateinschule in Gent 1543 bis 1546 studierte Clusius, (1526 - 1609), Jus in Löwen 1546-48 (Licentiat jur. 1548) und in Marburg 1548/49, wo ihn Hyperius für die Idee der Reformation gewann, ging 1549 nach Wittenberg und gab auf Anraten Melanchthons das Rechtsstudium auf. Medizinstudent in Montpellier 1551-54, half er seinem Lehrer G. Rodelet bei der Redigierung seines Fischbuches. Nach einem Aufenthalt in den Südniederlanden 1555-60 studierte er 1560-62 in Paris; an der Bewegung der Hugenotten beteiligt, flüchtete er 1562 mit dem jungen Breslauer Thomas Rehdiger (1540-76), dessen Mentor er 1561-63 war, nach Löwen, bereiste 1564/65 mit dem Augsburger Bankierssohn Jakob Fugger Spanien un … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Weinek [Austria]
2018-03-26 06:31:54
Ex Officina Plantiniana, Anvers ( Antwerpen ), 1601. Suite de 100 planches numérotées de 1 à 100 sans discontinuer. Gravures sur Cuivres contrecollées sur un vergé bleuté et le Frontispice du Chemin de la vie éternelle de Sucquet ( 1622) La légende des vignettes est en trois langues, Latin, Néerlandais et Français. D'après la collation il pourrait s'agir du premier Livre d'Emblèmes du XVIIème siècle Du père Jrean David intitulé veridicus Christianus et non de Sucquet comme induit de façon erronnée le titre du Frontispice ( de 1622 ). La planche 66 reproduite dans Emblèmes Devises Iconologie de la " Librairie Paul Jammes " ( N° 50 Page 40 ) laiise penser que cette suite pourrait constituer les illustrations du livre du Père Jésuite Jean David planches gravées de Galle .( 100 vignettes (18x11 cm) à emblèmes du XVIIe siècle, numérotées de 1 à 100, légendées en latin, flamand et français. La première gravure porte : Ioan Galle excudit. Les suivantes, de facture similaire, ne sont pas signées. Les vignettes sont précédées d'un titre gravé : en Wech des eeuwich levens beschreven int latÿn, door P. Antonius Sucquet, over-gelet door P. Gerardus Zoes,[.] Met Beelden verlicht door Boëtius A. Bolsvert. T'Antwerpen, by Hendrick Aertssens, 1622. Size: Petit in-4° [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Cosmographe [Vernou sur Brenne, France]
2018-03-23 19:54:24
Contarini Pier Maria
appresso Gratioso Perchacino, 1601. 4to (cm. 21), 4 cc.nn., 250 cc., 4 cc.nn. Grande marca tipografica al frontis. e al colophon. Una figura e alcuni schemi n.t. Legatura recente in piena pergamena antica con titolo ms. al ds. Esemplare rimontato e con num.si fori di tarlo marginali restaurati. Assai raro. Prima edizione. Vinciana (1425): ‘Sconosciuto alle principali bibliografie’; Cockle (n. 590): ‘Very rare’.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [IT]
2018-03-23 11:26:27
empereurs ,rois ,republiques ,princes ,et autres puissances de l'Europe et des autres parties du monde ,depuis la naissance , de Jesus Christ jusqu'à present ,servant à etablir les droits des princes et de fondement à l'Histoire ,Amsterdam,chez Henry et la veuve de T.BOOM, Lahaye ,Moetjens ,Van Bulderen,tomes 3 (1601-1661) et 4 (1661-1699), deux grands in folio cartonnages anciens de veau brun en bon état ,nerfs et caissons ornés et dorés ,pieces de titres ,
Bookseller: Librairie Grandchamps/Fafouille [Belgium, Charleroi]
2018-03-20 02:53:18
PASIO, FRANCESCO, S.J. (1554-1612)
Gio. Antonio de Franceschi, Palermo. Collection of several letters by various Jesuit missionaries in the Far East giving an account of the status of the missions. This collection was published in 1601 in Rome, Venice, Brescia, and Palermo, Sicily. Our Palermo imprint appears to have uniquely survived as we could locate no other copies in institutions worldwide. Compared with the other more common Rome and Venice imprints, there are some variants, including a more artistic style with regard to the placement of the text, especially at the end of each letter. The Palermo imprint also bears a different Jesuit wood-cut emblem on the title as the other copies and has different spellings for some of the words of the text. In addition, there is no ecclesiastical license page as found in the Roman copy. The collection is of great interest for its contemporary information regarding the Catholic Church's missionary activity in China, Japan, and the court of the Mughal Emperor. The first letter is by the first Jesuit provincial of Japan, Francesco Pasio, residing in Nagasaki. The second letter is by Jesuit vice-provincial of Japan Pedro Gomez (1533-1600), the author of a work on cosmology, philosophy and theology, called the Compendium, the first work to substantially introduce Western science and philosophy into Japan. The third letter is a lengthy epistle by Nicolo Longobardo (1559-1654), a Sicilian Jesuit who was Matteo Ricci's successor in China. His Chinese name was Long Huamin. Longobardo had certain reservations about Ricci's use of terms such as Tianzhu (Lord of Heaven) and Sha … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Zinos Books [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
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