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        Sermones siue enarrationes in Euangelia et Epistolas Quadragesimales. Qui Thesaurus Nouus uulgo uocantur. Exactissime et fidelissime nunc primum in Germania editi & recogniti.

      apud Antonium Hierat sub Monocerote, Coloniae Agrippinae 1602 - Übersetzung des Textes auf dem Titelblatt: "Prädigten beziehungsweise, Erzählungen der Fastenzeit zu den Evangelien und den Briefen, die gemein als "Neues Testament" bezeichnet werden. Genaustens und äußerst treu nun erstmals in Deutschland ediert und herausgegeben. Köln, bei Anton Hierat, unter dem Einhorn, 1602." Die Erwähnung des Einhorns nach dem namen des Verlegers ist eine Anspielung auf das Verlagssignet von Gymnich, dessen Geschäft Hierat kurz zuvor übernommen hatte. Auf dem Titelblatt ist eine Kupfervignette mit einem Emblem, das die Buchstaben IHS (wohl Griechisch für ??s???/Jesus) beinhaltet, abgebildet. In späteren Drucken benutzte er allerdings einen Greif als Signet. Mit Schriftzug in alter Hand auf dem Titelblatt, über dem Signet. Möglicherweise war vor dem Titelblatt noch ein Titelkupfer eingefügt, was aber nicht mehr vorhanden ist. Das Buch wurde im siebzehnten Jahrhundert aufwendig eingebunden: es weist einen geprägten Ganzpergamenteinband der Zeit und zwei Buchschließen, von denen jedoch nur noch eine vollständig und funktional vorhanden ist, auf. Der Rücken weist drei echte Bünde auf und trägt am oberen Rand ein aufgeklebtes Titelschild, worunter sich anscheinend ein älteres befindet. Auf dem Bucheinband ist auf der vorderen Seite ein Wappen mit der Kreuzabnahme Jesu mit der Gottesmutter Maria und dem Schriftzug "Aue qu[ia] de cruce suscepisti uulnis Iesum" (?) sowie einige florale und vegetale Motive neben dem Schriftzug "Sermone Depalud" (sic) farbig eingeprägt. Der Rest des einbandes ist blind mit Ornamenten und schwer verständlichen Wörtern geprägt. Auf der Hinterseite des Einbandes gibt es dazu noch die Abbildung einer Person (womöglich eines Heiligen?). Das Buch hat einen rot gefärbten Ganzschnitt. Petrus de Palude (Peter Paludanus), erste Hälfte des 14. Jahrhunderts, war ein französischer Theologe und Bischoff, Mitglied des Dominikanerordens. Nach Thomas von Aquin vertrat er die Trennung zwischen geistlicher und weltlicher Gewalt. Das Werk ist in 98 Enarrationes (Erzählungen, scil. Prädigten) eingeteilt, die für die Tage Fastenzeit von den Aschertagen bis Ostern vorgesehen sind. Für einige besondere Tage wird mehr als eine Prädigt vorgeschlagen. Dieses Werk unterscheidet sich inhaltlich von den Sermones: Pars aestiualis und Pars hyemalis, da diese andere Feiertage und dementsprechend andere Themen für die Prädigten vorsehen und behandeln. Trotzdem überschneiden sie sich, E.g. bei der Osterprädigt (Dominica Paschae, sowohl in diesem wie auch im Band "Sermones Pars aestiuualis.". Das gesamte Werk ist an die Hörerschaft angepasst (soweit dies für einen lithurgischen Text in der damaligen römisch-katholischen Kirche möglich war) und in einem einfach gehaltenem Latein geschrieben. Das Buch ist leider durchgängig von Wurmlöchern durchbort, wovon auch der Bucheinband betroffen ist. Erwähnenswerten Textverlust gibt es allerdings nicht. Am Ende des Buches gibt es noch zwei unpaginierte Blätter, die den Index enthalten. Das Buch befindet sich in einem guten Zustand. Siehe Foto. 896 Seiten, II Blätter. Geprägter Ganzpergamenteinband der Zeit.

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        Cavallo Frenato.

      - Napoli, Antonio Pace, 1602. Folio (350 x 240mm). pp. (6,) 159, (1), 320, (2), with numerous woodcuts of which many full-page. Contemporary vellum. First edition. The copy lacks the frontspiece (a woodcut coat of arms). A beautiful early Italian horse book by the farrier to King Philip II of Spain. The majority of the splendid woodcuts depict bits, bridles, harnesses, stirrups, and other equestrian equipment. Two chapters are devoted to veterinary medicine. Like in all copies pp. 311-312 (leaf QQ4) is not present (see catalogue Autori Italiani del 1600). Title-page with very small paper damage to right upper corner, and a few leaves with some minor marginal waterstaining. A nice copy.Nissen ZBI, 1344. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Inscriptiones historicae regum Scotorum

      Cornelius Claessonius for Andrew Hart, bookseller of Edinburgh, Amsterdam 1602 - FIRST EDITION, first issue (variant), 4to., pp (xiv) (ii) 60 (xx). Roman letter, double page engr. arms of James I preceding text, ten full page eng. portraits of the Scottish kings and Queens following; printer’s ornaments throughout. Fore edge of last 4 portraits neatly strengthened on blank versos, title dusty and slightly soiled with two small repairs to fore edge, lower blank margin of next leaf and few lower outer corners all with old small repairs, nowhere affecting text; a few small marginal dirt or dust marks, but generally clean and good. Early autograph ‘W. Stonehouse’ plus price at head of t-p, large armorial bookplate of the very distinguished collector William Stirling Maxwell on front pastedown, decorative label ‘Arts of Design’ circling ‘Keir’ on rear. Bound for Stirling Maxwell by Leighton C1900 in crushed dark green morocco, large decorative ‘Arts and Crafts’ style central panel on each cover incorporating Maxwell’s armorial devices, spine gilt (a bit worn), a.e.g. First edition of this rare work by Johnston (?1570-1611) Scottish poet, who styled himself ‘Aberdonensis’ and whose family hailed from Crimond near Aberdeen - where Johnston studied at Kings College, before spending eight years at various continental universities. He became a friend of Justus Lipsius and doubtless of the other scholars whose epigrams preface the present work - among them Joseph Scaliger, Jan Dousa and Daniel Heinsius. He was also closely attached to Andrew Melville, who probably helped him to obtain the professorship of divinity at St. Andrews c1593, when he was ‘Maister of the new college’. The present work is a series of epigrammatic addresses to the Scottish Kings from Fergus I to James VI (to whom it is dedicated) highlighting their characteristics, exhibiting their virtues and referring to the principal events of their reigns. The verses are more interesting for their historical perspective than their poetry. The anonymous portraits - of Robert II, Robert III, James II, James III, James IV, James V, Mary, James VI and Anne are very finely executed and in excellent strong impression. Neither their source nor maker has been identified. In mid C19 hand on inserted fly "A very rare book. The Roxburghe copy sold for £13.13. In addition to the 10 portraits this copy has a plate of the arms of James VI . which has not been mentioned by Lowndes, + 1 leaf of preliminary matters (beginning with the verses of J.C. Scaliger) seldom found. At a sale in 1854 or 5 (I think at W. Duncan Gardiner’s) a copy was sold for £10 to Lord Breadalbane". Latin [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CHRONOGRAPHIA ou Repertorio dos Tempos [Manuscrito]

      - De 21cm. Com [2], 196, [3] paginas. Encadernação inteira de pele da época Exemplar em belíssimo estado de conservação, folhas bastante limpas e sem defeitos de maior nota. Interessantíssima cópia manuscrita da obra acima descrita, realizada a partir da sua 4.a edição, publicada em 1602 por Jorge Rodrigues. Esta obra conheceu a primeira edição impressa em 1585 pelas mãos de Manuel de Lira, sendo as seguintes de 1590, 1594 e a última em 1602. Este trabalho é de considerável interesse científico, uma vez que é um dos mais antigos almanaques a descrever o novo calendário gregoriano, adotado apenas uma década antes da primeira aparição deste trabalho (1593). Avellar dá uma explicação completa do sistema de epactas que é essencial para a compreensão do novo calendário. O calendário não foi completamente explicado até Clavius publicar o seu tratado monumental em 1603. Andre Avellar, professor de matemática da Universidade de Coimbra, foi o mais notável sucessor Português de Pedro Nunes. Era um cristão-novo da perseguido pela Inquisição entre 1616 e 1626. A cópia reproduz fielmente o texto, numa letra muito bela típica do séc. XVII, ilustrada com bonitas letras capitais assim como a reprodução manuscrita dos desenhos contidos na edição impressa, cerca de duas dezenas, alguns de página inteira. Inocêncio, v. 1, p. 58 21 cm. [2], 196, [3] pags. Binding: contemporary full calf. Copy in beautiful condition, very clean sheets. Interesting manuscript copy, carried out from its 4th edition, published in 1602 by Jorge Rodrigues. This work had the first printed edition in 1585 by Manuel de Lira, and the following ones in 1590, 1594 and the last in 1602. This work is of considerable scientific interest, since it is one of the earliest almanacs to use and describe the new Gregorian calendar, adopted only a decade before this work?s first appearance (1593). Avellar gives a complete explanation of the system of epacts that is essential for understanding the new calendar. The calendar was not completely explained until Clavius published his monumental treatise in 1603. Andre do Avellar, professor of mathematics at the University of Coimbra, was the most noteworthy Portuguese successor to Pedro Nunes. He was one of the New Christians at the University who was persecuted by the Inquisition from 1616 to 1626. The copy faithfully reproduces the text in a very beautiful letter typical of the 17th century., illustrated with beautiful letters capitals as well as handwritten reproduction of the engravings contained in the print edition, about two dozen, some of them full page. Location/localizacao: Sala 5

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        Corpus Juris Civilis, in quinque partes distinctum. Quarum prima, Tertia editio

      S. Gervasii, Officina Vignonia, 1602. Très fort volume in folio (42 x 27 cm) reliure en peau retournée du temps, filets à froid, dos à nerfs et pièce de titre, tranches rouges, page de titre avec vignette gravée de l'éditeur titre rouge, texte sur deux colonnes avec gloses. 11 f. n.p., 30 f. (120 col.), 1974 col. Belles marges larges. Peu de défauts à signaler : petits manques sur la reliure, des erreurs de pagination comme souvent (texte suivi cependant), quelques feuillets légèrement oxydés au niveau du texte. Dionysius Gothofredus (1549 - 1622) (Denis Godefroy) : Juriconsulte et humaniste. - Publia l'intégralité de la codification justinienne - Professeur de droit à Genève, Heidelberg et Strasbourg. - Protestant, vécut le plus souvent hors de France. Fo in full period style reversed cafl, fat ribbed spine with title piece, red edges, large margin, text in two columns with frames gloss, [11], 120 (col.), 1974 col. Few flaws : small loss of skin on boards, some error of pagination without loss of text, some oxydised pages. Français relié DeCollection

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        Lotto di 14 lettere a Tommaso Roffia.

      Castelfranco di Sotto 1591-1602, - 14 lettere autografe firmate redatte in chiara grafia con indirizzo e sigillo sulla 4 pagina, relative al periodo 1591-1602. Interessante carteggio, tra il Maffei ed il Vicario Foraneo di Monsignore Reverendissimo Vescovo di Lucca (Roffia) residente a San Miniato, la prima lettera è datata 10 gennaio 1591 l'ultima 16 ottobre 1602. Le Missive, quasi tutte in partenza da Castelfranco di Sotto sono di Piero Maffei, amministratore e uomo di fiducia del Roffia e riportano interessanti notizie sulla gestione del patrimonio del Vicario Foraneo nonché di questioni inerenti la carica dello stesso. Il Roffia, membro di una delle famiglie più in vista della città, godeva la fiducia del potere sia statale sia religioso, è noto perché coinvolto in un celebre processo di stregoneria della fine del XVI secolo contro Gostanza da Libbiano di cui si conserva un manoscritto con gli interrogatori e da cui è stato tratto un film. Interessante inedito carteggio. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Cavallo Frenato.

      Napoli, Antonio Pace, 1602. Folio (350 x 240mm). pp. (6,) 159, (1), 320, (2), with numerous woodcuts of which many full-page. Contemporary vellum. First edition. The copy lacks the frontspiece (a woodcut coat of arms). A beautiful early Italian horse book by the farrier to King Philip II of Spain. The majority of the splendid woodcuts depict bits, bridles, harnesses, stirrups, and other equestrian equipment. Two chapters are devoted to veterinary medicine. Like in all copies pp. 311-312 (leaf QQ4) is not present (see catalogue Autori Italiani del 1600). Title-page with very small paper damage to right upper corner, and a few leaves with some minor marginal waterstaining. A nice copy.//Nissen ZBI, 1344.

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        Les Essais Edition nouvelle: prise sur l'exemplaire trouvé apres le deces de l'autheur, reveu & augmenté d'un tiers outre les precedentes impressions

      Leyden: Jehan Doreau, 1602. First published in 1580, the third book was added in 1588, which was the last edition during Montaigne's lifetime. With preface by Marie de Gournay, his "fille d'alliance" who edited the work. Some copies of the present edition bear the imprint Cologni instead of Leiden, leading Sayce and Maskell to deduce that this edition was printed at Geneva. Sayce & Maskell 12a. Tchermerzine VIII, p.412. Thick 8vo. Leaf of title, verso blank; 2pp. preface; 4pp. table of contents; text pp. 1-1031. Ornamentsin text. Collation: á4, A-Sss8, Ttt4. An extremely clean copy with very slight age toning to paper. Bound in an “inescapably” German binding. The parchment-covered laced-case binding with boards is undoubtedly more or less contemporary with the printing (1602). This example is clearly sewn on double alum-tawed supports, which shows it to be of the earlier type of northern European binding of this sort, which were typically sewn on double supports from their introduction in the second half of the sixteenth century into the first quarter of the seventeenth. After this period, they were increasingly sewn on flat parchment sewing supports (as in the classic “Dutch vellum” bindings). The lack of reverse caps at the head and tail of the spine, the style of the manuscript title, and the formation of the fore-edge cover extensions (erroneously known as yapp edges) all point to a German origin for the binding. The endbands are stuck-on, with a secondary sewing worked through a textile lining, an inescapably German combination of features. (Thanks to Nicholas Pickwoad for this description). With rules and fleuron ornaments in the corner of each cover creating a frame. Both covers have the date 1774 scratched into lower right of the images. With a (probably) later amateur pen and ink drawing on each cover. On the front, a young woman looks at a mirror with an apple in one hand and a faded rose in her bodice; on the reverse is a monk peering into a book with a pen and ink to his right. The cut of the bodice and the hairstyle of the woman on the left cover would appear to date from the mid-nineteenth century, as does the style of the drawing. Provenance: Louys Pincier D. Most likely Johann Ludwig von Pincier (1660-1730), Freiherr von Königstein. He was a lawyer, Privy Councillor in the Bishopric of Lübeck, and provost in Lübeck cathedral chapter. Note on back blank: “Sold in Marc 1896 to N.J. Brittan, Re-purchased Sept 16, 1932 from Dawson.” Bookplate back pastedown: Paul Beigelman collection. OCLC: North America: Folger.

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        Chronographia ou reportorio dos tempos: o mais copioso qve te agora sayo a lvz. Conforme a noua reformação do Santo Padre Gregorio XIII ... Nesta quarta impressam reformado, & accrescentado ….

      Lisbon, Por Jorge Rodrigues a custa de Esteuão Lopez mercader de liuros, 1602.. 4°, contemporary vellum (recased, new endpapers, upper cover creased), with fore-edge cover extensions and remains of ties. Woodcut hemisphere on title page, repeated on f. H5 recto. Numerous other woodcut illustrations in text. Many elegant woodcut initials, woodcut and typographical tailpieces and dividers. Minor browning. Overall very good condition; fine internally. Old ink numbers in margin of title page. Leaves 365-8 with old (contemporary?) ink markings indicating passages and words to be censored or deleted, but without prejudice to the text. Other occasional old, perhaps contemporary ink underlining and scoring of words or phrases, apparently from the same pen, without impairing readability. Contemporary signature ["Veigas"?] in lower blank margin below catchword on leaf C4 recto. (7, 1 blank ll.), 373 ll. [actually 272 ll.: details below]. *** Fifth (?) and final edition of this work dealing mainly with astrology, meteorology and geography; all the editions are rare. Originally a free translation of Jeronimo Chaves' @Chronographia o repertorio de los tiempos, this and previous Portuguese editions (Lisbon 1585, Coimbra 1590 and 1593, and Lisbon 1594) were significantly altered. Attention is given to America (Brazil as well as the Spanish possessions), Africa, Asia and the polar regions. Woodcuts include one of the Earth that shows Brazil and the Southern Continent, a cross-section of the Earth, each of the 12 signs of the zodiac, the sun, the moon and the five known planets. A chapter on medicine and astrology contains three anatomical cuts (one of them full-page). There are also many tables and diagrams. This work is of considerable scientific interest, since it is one of the earliest almanacs to use and describe the new Gregorian calendar, adopted only a decade before this work's first appearance (1593). Avellar gives a complete explanation of the system of epacts that is essential for understanding the new calendar. The calendar was not completely explained until Clavius published his monumental treatise in 1603. Andre do Avellar (born Lisbon, 1546 - date of death unknown; said by Barbosa Machado to have been still alive in 1622), professor of mathematics at the University of Coimbra, was the most noteworthy Portuguese successor to Pedro Nunes. He was one of the New Christians at the University persecuted by the Inquisition from 1616 to 1626, and is said to have denounced António Homem, who was burned in 1624. The foliation skips from 124 to 225 and is highly erratic elsewhere; quires are consistently of 8 except for O@4, Ii@6, Mm@4 and Nn@2, all of which are complete judging from the content], (1 blank l.). Leaf 49 incorrectly numbered 46, 52 unnumbered, 82 numbered 72, 88 numbered 78, 89 numbered 90, 95 numbered 94, 95 numbered 96, 97 numbered 96, 98 unnumbered, 99-106 numbered 98-105, 107-8 unnumbered, final number in 233 printed backwards, 246 numbered 242, 247-56 numbered 246-55, 267 numbered 276, 269 number 266, 276 numbered 275, 277 numbered 257, 279 numbered 259, 284 numbered 280, 291-2 (Bb3-4, but signed Bb2-3) bound in reverse order, 293-4 (Bb5-[6], but 293 signed Bb4) bound in reverse order, 305-30 numbered 304-29, 330 numbered 303, 331 numbered 338, 349 numbered 350, 350-71 numbered 352-73. Leaf M2 unsigned, L2 signed ij, Q4-5 signed Q3-4, V4 signed V5, Y4 signed Y3, Bb2 unsigned. *** Alden & Landis 602/10: citing only the British Library copy, supposedly with 372 ll. Arouca A538 (locating a copy in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, and giving a different collation: the "Taboa" is said to extend to the recto of the eighth and final preliminary leaf, while the main body of text contains only 367 [i.e., 270] numbered leaves; the text of the "Taboa" in our copy, which ends on the seventh unnumbered preliminary leaf, appears to be complete; having examined the copy cited by Arouca in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, it is the same as ours, except that it is missing ll. 368-73, and otherwise in inferior condition). Cruz, @Tipografia portuguesa do séc. XVII: A colecção da Biblioteca Nacional, I (all published) 323. Innocêncio I, 58-9 (without collation); see also VIII, 61. Barbosa Machado I, 137. Pinto de Mattos (1970) p. 47 (calling for 373 numbered leaves). Biblioteca Central da Marinha, @Século XVII 38. Coimbra @Reservados 348 (ll. 77 and 78 defective; collation appears to conform to our copy: 8 unnumbered preliminary ll., the last blank, and 272 ll.); @Suplemento 5 (the copy cited in Porbase; incomplete, but otherwise collation appears to conform to our copy). Palha 450 (without collation). Monteverde 311 (collation agrees with our copy). Ameal 183 (collating as our copy). This edition not in JCB, @Portuguese and Brazilian Books. Not in JFB (1994), HSA or @Ticknor Catalogue. No edition of this work in Azevedo-Samodães. Porbase locates three copies: two in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal (one with title page mutilated and backed, with "folhas perfuradas" [presumably serious worming]; collation given is [8], 367 [i.e., 266] ll.), and one copy at the Biblioteca Geral da Universidade de Coimbra (lacking the title page and five subsequent leaves; mentions foliation skipping from 124 to 225), and cites the Lisbon, 1594 also at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal (three copies, two of which are seriously imperfect), and a single copy in poor condition at the Biblioteca Geral da Universidade de Coimbra. Copac repeats British Library only for the present edition, and cites a single copy of the 1594 edition at the Middle Temple Library. NUC: MH (collating [7], 373 ll.).

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        Sermones Sive Enarrationes, In Evangelia, De Tempore, ac Sanctorum festis, Qui Thesaurus Novus, vulgo vocantur: Pars Aestivalis und Pars Hyemalis / Authore Petro De Palude. 2 Bände.

      Köln, Anton Hierat, 1602. 820 Seiten, [11] Bl.; 833 Seiten, [6] Bl. 16 x 10,5 cm. Geprägte Schweinslederbände der Zeit über Holzdeckel mit je 2 Schließen (ein Schließbügel fehlt). *VD17 12:652779X und VD17 12:652778Q. - Der Dominikanermönch und Bischof Petrus de Palude war mittelalterlicher Patriarch von Jerusalem. Es sind 147 Werke in 285 Ausgaben in 5 Sprachen bekannt. - Die schönen Barockeinbände mit Jahreszahl \"1604\" auf den Frontdeckeln. Text sehr sauber, gut erhalten. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        CHRONIQUE DE SAVOYE, extraite pour la plus part de l'histoire de M. Guillaume Paradin. Troisième édition , enrichie et augmentée en divers endroits, et continuée jusques à la paix de l'an 1601.

      De l'Imprimerie de Iean de Tournes, MDCII, avec priuilege du Roy (Lyon 1602). (Legato con:) PINGONIUS, Philibertus. Inclytorum Saxoniae Sabaudiaeque Principum ARBOR GENTILITIAE. Augustae Taurinorum, Haeredes Nicolai Beuilaquae, MDLXXXI (Torino 1581). - Due opere in un vol. in-fol. (350x230 mm.): I) 4 ff.nn., 468 pp., 6 ff.nn. II) 4 ff. nn., 120 pp., 4 ff.nn. Bella legatura coeva pieno vitello, filetto oro sui piatti, al centro degli stessi grande fregio vegetale ovale impresso in oro, dorso a nervi con titolo e fregi oro. - Il Paradin ha l'impresa dello stampatore sul titolo, e altra in fine. Larga bordura silogr. al titolo con figure allegoriche, capilettera istoriati e ornati, due tavole f.t. su doppia pag., una a piena pag. , e 150 grandi e artistiche silografie nel testo di stemmi araldici dei secoli di Casa Savoia, da Beroaldo a Carlo Emanuele I. Terza edizione assai aumentata (I, 1552; II, 1561), molto rara, mancante a diverse collezioni e bibliografie, di questa fondamentale opera storica, genealogica e araldica, sulla Savoia e sui personaggi di questo casato dalle origini al 1601. - Il PINGONIUS 1581 ha lo stemma sabaudo sul titolo, un foglio f.t. con 7 ritratti in ovale (non segnalato in alcuna bibliografia), 44 bordure ornamentali nel testo, vuote salvo cinque con ritratto di personaggi, 8 splendidi doppi fogli di albero genealogico di Casa Savoia, da Siguardo a Carlo Emanuele I, ricchi di stemmi (i fogli riuniti formerebbero una tavola di oltre tre metri). Il tutto inciso artisticamente in silografia. - Due bellissime opere riunite in un vol., assai rare e di fondamentale importanza storica per Casa Savoia. Esemplari stupendi, in ottimo stato di conservazione (un timbro di antica collezione presente nel margine di alcuni fogli). Manno-Promis, I, n.6.e 166. Brunet, IV, 359-360. Perret 3286 ''Très rare et recherché''. Saffroy, Bibl. Généalogique, n. 33721. Bersano, Cinquecentine torinesi, n.419. Manca a Spreti, Bibliogr. Araldica. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La caccia.

      Ricorretta e di molte stanze ampliata, con le annotationi di M. Olimpo Marcucci. Venetia, Franc. Bolzetta, 1602, - in-8 picc., ff. (4), 167, leg. antica p. perg., tit. ms. al dorso, tagli marmorizzati. Titolo inciso entro bordura con motivi allegorici, testatine e grandi iniz. silogr., nitido car. corsivo. Nei ff. prelim. dedica dello stampatore: ''all'Illustriss. Signor Conte Massimiliano Conte di Collalto et di S. Salvadore'', datata: ''Di Padova alli XII di Maggio M.DCII''. Con 5 belle incisioni in rame n.t. a p.pag. raffiguranti movimentate scene di caccia. Terza edizione di questo classico della letteratura venatoria italiana. Rispetto a quella apparsa nel 1591, in quest'ediz. il poema fu aumentato da 863 a 959 ottave, una in più rispetto all'edizione del 1593. «Nel primo canto si fa la lode della caccia e si descrivono le varie razze di cani e il loro allevamento; nel secondo sono descritti i cani che erano chiamati bracchi; nel terzo le stagioni e i luoghi migliori per la caccia; nel quarto come si combattano e si vincano le fiere; nel quinto gli uccelli rapaci usati per la caccia, la loro cura e il modo di usarli» (Ceresoli). Il friulano Erasmo da Valvasone (1523-1593) tradusse in rima Stazio, Sofocle ed altri autori antichi e, oltre il presente, compose altri due poemi: ''L'Angeleida'', cui attinse poi Milton, e ''Le lacrime di Maria Maddalena''. Buon esempl. con lievi aloni nei margini all'inizio e in fine del volume. Ceresoli, p. 541-542: «Terza edizione, la prima che abbia le tavv. (identiche a quelle delle precedenti) incise in rame. Souhart, 477. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Workes of our Ancient and Learned Poet

      Adam Islip, London 1602 - Folio. ff. (xxiv) 376 (xiv). Black letter, some Roman and Italic, double-column. Woodcut initials (some large, foliated), ornaments and head-and tail-pieces throughout. Full page engraved portrait of Chaucer, within armorial genealogical border; title within fine woodcut border, depicting architectual features, grape-vines, allegorical figures (Law and Justice) and putti (McKerrow and Ferguson 232). Large woodcut arms to second t-p. Woodcut illustration of knight with lance, in front of a castle, to Fol. 1. Errata leaf at end. Occasional very minor spot or mark, faint waterstain to lower corner of later gatherings, title-page slightly shaved at foot, repairs or paper flaws to a few blank margins. 'Edward Holland, Camerton 1874' on fly. Armorial bookplates of 'Caleb Scholefield-Mann' and 'Lancelot Holland' to front pastedown. A very good, clean copy in early C19 calf, contrasting niger and tan panels and borders, edges with fillets and dentelles gilt, by T. Aitken (stamp to fly), rebacked, spine gilt in panels, red morocco label, a.e.r. A handsome copy of the second edition of Thomas Speght's (d. 1621) complete Workes of Chaucer, significantly enlarged and revised from the first edition of 1598. "It is the earliest in which thorough punctuation was attempted, and in many other ways it is a distinct improvement upon Speght's first edition" (Pforzheimer). Little is known of Speght, other than that he was a schoolmaster. The work is dedicated to Sir Robert Cecil, first Earl of Salisbury (1563-1612). An introductory letter by the minor English dramatist Francis Beaumont (1584-1616) elegantly defends Chaucer's eminent literary position, as well as explaining some of the aspects of his work which an early C17 audience might find difficult or distasteful. The principal objections are that "many of his words are become (as it were) vinewed & hoarie with overlong lying; and next, that some of his speeches are somwhat too broad & plaine". In any case, Beaumont continues, Chaucer is positively genteel in comparison with highly-esteemed Classical Latin poets, such as Catullus and Tibullus, who "in uncleane wantonnnesse beyond measure passe them all". As well as texts of Chaucer's extant works, such as his early translation of The Romaunt of the Rose, his shorter poetical compositions, the more prosaic Treatise on the Astrolabe, and his unfinished masterpiece, The Canterbury Tales, this edition contains a wealth of supplementary material, including a biographical essay and a glossary ('The old and obscure words in Chaucer explaned'). The glossary provides explanations for words which have fallen into disuse, or changed their meanings, with etymological notes on their derivation from Arabic, Greek, Latin, Italian, French, Dutch or Anglo-Saxon. 'Crone', for example, is glossed as 'an olde prating woman' and a 'costrell' is a 'wine pot'. Further glossaries of Latin and French terms follow ('Cor meum eructavit' - 'My heart hath belched out'), along with notes on the Classical and contemporary authors cited by Chaucer ('Augustine, that famous Doctor and Bishop, wrote more bookes than ever did any in the Church of the Latines'). The apparatus to Speght's edition shows some fascination with the figure and personality of Geoffrey Chaucer himself. The full-page engraving, which is often missing, is a fine portrait of Chaucer the courtier, surrounded by armorial devices and a family tree which draws attention to his (rather tangential) royal and noble connexions. Speght's 'Life of our Learned English Poet, Geffrey Chaucer', which is prefaced to the present work, makes constructive - but occasionally imaginative - use of rumour and historical speculation in the face of scant primary evidence. Its depiction of Chaucer proved influential, especially accounts of Chaucer's sometimes difficult relationship with the court, and apparent antipathy to the Roman church: an apocryphal tale transmitted by Speght has Chaucer fined for beating a Franciscan friar in [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Chronique de Savoye, extraicte pour la plupart de l'histoire de M. Guillaume Paradin. continuée jusques à la paix de l'an 1601.

      Jean de Tournes,, Genève, 1602 - Exemplaire avec le titre et tous les blasons soigneusement coloriés.Troisième édition augmentée de cet ouvrage classique, une source de valeur de l'histoire de France selon Molinier (II-772). Dernière édition ancienne après celles de 1552 et de 1561, toutes deux par Jean I de Tournes (1504-1564) le père de Jean II de Tournes (Lyon, 1539 - Genève, 1615) qui se réfugiera à Genève après 1582. In-folio (334x205 mm.), 4 fnch., 468 pp., 6 fnch. (table), 2 planches hors-texte d'armoiries gravées sur bois, nombreux blasons gravés sur bois dans le texte, reliure demi-basane du XIXe s., épidermures, le f. de titre a été doublé et présente de petits frottements, la pl. des grandes armes de Savoie est rognée trop courte, p. 231 percée avec perte d'une ou deux lettres. (Saffroy, II-33721) La p. de titre comporte la mention du lieu d'impression "A GENEVE." qui ne figure pas sur tous les exemplaires.

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        Regel-mäßige Zeichnungen und vortheilhaffte Hand-Griffe wonach man Die Steine richtig hauen/und damit fest und zierlich bauen kann. Allen Liebhabern der Mathematischen Wissenschafften und edlen Bau-Kunst, insbesondere aber denen Steinbauern zum besten/aus dem Französischen ins Teutsche übersetzt/und mit 114 hierzu nöthigen Kupfer-Blatten versehen

      - - Engelmann, Mechanik, 47/Abraham Bosse, französischer Kupferstecher und Radierer (1602 - 1678) - Gewicht in Gramm: 572 Peter Conrad Monath Verlag, Nürnberg, 1721. 224 S. mit 1 Frontispiz und 114 in Kupfer gestochenen Tafeln, original Leder mit 4 Schmuckbünden (etwas berieben und bestossen/Titeltafel und Titel mit Fehlstellen, diese hinterlegt/Seitenränder und letzte Seite mit kleinen Fehlstellen/durchgehend etwas wasser- und sporfleckig/einige Seiten stark fleckig) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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

      - Kol. Kupferstich von Ortelius nach Philipp Apian, 1602, 39 x 49 cm. Van den Broecke 110. - Mit kolorierter Kartusche, Meilenzeiger und dem bayerischen Wappen. - Im Bug einige kleine hinterlegt Wurmgänge. Eine der schönsten Altbayernkarten, mit Rand und feinem Kolorit!

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        Déclin de la maison de Charlemagne. Faisant la suitte des antiquitez françoises: Contenant les faicts de Charles Le Chauve & ses successeurs, Depuis l'an 840 jusques à l'an 987 de Jésus Christ et entrée du règne de Hugues Capet.

      Paris, Jérémie Périer 1602. - Kl.-8°. (8), 322, (2) S. Pergamentband d. Zt. (Rücken stärker beschädigt). Erste Ausgabe des postum erschienenen, tatsächlich den vierten Teil von Fauchets (1530-1602) Geschichtswerk "Les Antiquitez gauloises et françoises" darstellenden Buchs, die abschliessenden Bücher IX-XII (den Zeitraum vom Jahr 840 bis 987 n. Chr.) enthaltend. - Die ersten zwei der aus insgesamt zwölf Büchern bestehenden Geschichte Galliens vom Jahr 3350 v. Chr. bis 987 n. Chr. erschienen 1579 und erneut 1599, nun zusammen in einem Band mit den erstmals gedruckten Büchern III-V. Zwei Jahre später folgten die Bücher VI-VIII. "En 1610 le volume des Oeuvres comprend naturellement les Antiquitez; ici le texte est celui des années 1599, 1601 et 1602. Nous possédons donc un seul texte imprimé des livres III à XII, mais deux textes des livres I et II, qui révèlent certaines différences faciles à énumérer" (J. G. Espiner-Scott). Das vom Verleger Jérémie Périer verfasste Vorwort ist datiert mit 15. April. Darin erwähnt er den Tod des Verfassers, der wohl im Januar 1602 verstarb. ? Gebräunt. - J. G. Espiner-Scott, Claude Fauchet, sa vie, son oeuvre [1938], S. 316f.; Brunet II, 1192; Cioranescu, (16me Siècle), 9834. Lang fr

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        Déclin de la Maison de Charlemagne. Faisant la suitte des Antiquitez Françoises : contenant les faicts de Charles le Chauve & ses successeurs, depuis l'an 840 jusques à l'an 987 de Jésus Christ et entrée du règne de Hugues Capet, recueillies par Claude Fauchet.

      chez Jérémie Périer, A Paris 1602 - In-8 de (8)-322-(2) pp., vélin souple à recouvrement (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale. Cet ouvrage, publié après la mort de l'auteur, se présente comme un supplément aux Antiquités gauloises et françaises (1599) ; une note de L'Imprimeur au Lecteur précise : « Lecteur je vous avois promis ce dernier volume de la race de l'Empereur Charlemagne (.) où vous verrez le declin d'icelle maison. vous oiouryrez de ce labeur que feu monsieur le Président Fauchet m'avait commis à vous faire voir, où vous trouverez que son intention a été aussi bien suyuie que s'il y eust esté present, ores que son escriture en soit un peu difficile, me l'ayant particulierement demontree ». Claude Fauchet (1530-1602), magistrat, humaniste, historien de l'antiquité, de la langue et de la poésie française, président de Chambre puis président de la Cour des comptes de Paris, fut nommé historiographe de France par Henri IV. Au verso de l'Avis de l'imprimeur, on trouve une vignette gravée, avec le commentaire Ce qui estoit espars et délaissé, Ha ce Fauchet aux François amassé. Ex libris héraldique gravé : Ex Bibliotheca Venerabilis Capituli Remensis [bibliothèque du Chapitre de Reims]. Ex dono imprimé sur la page de titre : D. a M. Michalis de Blanzi pbri Doct. et profess. theolo. Canoni ECC. Remensis. 1689. Bel exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        F. Hieronymi Marafioti Polistinensis, Calabri Theologi Ord. Minorum observantiae. DE ARTE REMINISCENTIAE per loca, & imagines, ac per notas, & figuras in manibus positas...

      Venezia. Bertoni. 1602Cm. 15; 8 cc. nn. 35 cc. 1 c. nn. Legatura in cartoncino decorato dell'ottocento rimontato. 4 mani chiromantiche incise in legno, a piena pagina, nel testo. Ottimo esemplare. Raro trattato in prima edizione del teologo Calabrese Girolamo Marafioti 493 / P

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        WORKES OF OUR ANCIENT AND LEARNED ENGLISH POET, JEFFREY CHAUCER ...newly Printed. To that which was done in the former Impression, thus much is now added. 1. In the life of Chaucer many things inserted. 2. The whole worke by old Copies reformed. 3. Sentences and Proverbes noted. 4. The Signification of the old and obscure words prooved: also Caracters shewing from what Tongue or Dialect they be derived. 5. The Latine and French, not Englished by Chaucer, translated. 6. The Treatise called Jacke Upland, against Friers : and Chaucers A.B.C

      London: Printed by Adam Islip, 1602. The Second Speght edition and A VERY EARLY PRINTING OF CHAUCER. Title within a woodcut border (Mck & F.232), woodcut Progenie of Chaucer with the Gower portrait of Chaucer, woodcut coat of arms on c4r, fine woodcut of the Knight riding a steed and with lance drawn with borders at head of text, very beautiful historiated and decorated multi-line woodcut initials, some quite large, throughout the text. The text printed double column Black Letter, some roman, foliated. Folio, in very proper antique binding, most probably of the 1700's, of marbled paper over stiff boards backed in calf and with calf corner-pieces, the spine long ago expertly restored in correct period style with tall, thick unadorned raised bands and a red morocco label lettered and with tooled frame in gilt. [a]-c6, A-Z, Aa-Zz, Aaa-Nnn6, Ooo4, Ppp-Ttt6, Uuu8, as called for. An excellent copy with an uncommonly well preserved and large text-block, the paper unpressed and without refurbishment or intrusion, very clean and fresh with only minor and occasion evidence of use or age, marginal paper flaw on leaves Kk4 - Ll1 not effecting text, minor paper flaws at lower corner of leaves Ddd6 and Hhh3 not effecting text, short closed tear at Iii6, the paper expertly restored without loss, the "Authors" leaf and the errata leaf present and well preserved without loss and with only light edgewear. Very neat antique manuscript marginal markers at specific lines of text drawn in the form of pointing hands as would be proper, the binding with some wear at the corners. A VERY WELL PRESERVED AND PROPER COPY OF THIS HIGHLY IMPORTANT PRINTING OF CHAUCER. THE FIRST IN WHICH THOROUGH PUNCTUATION WAS ATTEMPTED. THE BOOK REMAINS IN AN ANTIQUE BINDING WITH LARGE AND BEAUTIFULLY PRESERVED TEXT-BLOCK, THE OFTEN MISSING PORTRAIT OF CHAUCER INCLUDED, AS WELL AS THE "AUTHORS" AND ERRATA LEAVES. This is only the second edition edited by Speght, the first having been issued four years earlier in 1598. There is no priority as regards the setting of George Bishop?s name in the imprint. ?This edition was considerably revised mainly with the aid of Francis Thynne. It is the earliest in which thorough punctuation was attempted, and in many ways was a distinct improvement upon Speght?s first edition.? Pforzheimer catalogue Chaucer's work is the cornerstone of English poetry. Next to Shakespeare's folio, it is probably the most influential work in English. The importance of Chaucer's role in the development of vernacular English would take (and has taken) volumes to describe. Chaucer?s classic tale of a band of pilgrims en route to Canterbury was written in about 1387 and consisted of 17,000 lines in prose and verse of various metres, although the rhyming couplet is predominate. The importance of Chaucer?s tale to English literary history is paramount, its themes, characters and style would be to English nearly what Homer is to Greek.

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        Sweriges rijkes ständers beslut, som af them frijwilligen och eenhelleligen giordt och samtyckt är uthi Stockholm then 17. junij, åhr &c. 1602.

      - Stockholm, Andrea Gutterwitz, (1602). 4:o. (14),+ (2, blanka) s. Stor, men svag genomgående fuktrand och reva i nedre hörn på andra bladet. Enstaka samtida marginalanteckningar. Häftad, i senare pappersomslag med handskriven etikett. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. Jörgensen s. 48. På riksdagen i Stockholm 1602 lät Karl IX framförallt rekonstruera rådet, vars makt han tidigare effektivt brutit.

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        Ioachimi Mynsingeri a Frundek.Apotelesma, sive Corpus perfectum scoliorum ad quatuor libros Institutionum Iuris civilis. Haec novissima editione multo uberius et emendatius quam antea excusum.

      sub signo Concordiae, Venetiis 1602 - Legatura coeva in piena pergamena con nervi e titolo ms. al ds. Fenditure alle cerniere e una macchia al piatto anteriore. Carte di guardia usurate. Aloni interni. Sapori cita edizioni più tarde. Folio (cm. 30), 38 cc.nn., 706 pp., 1 c.nn. (bianca). Frontis. in rosso e nero con grande marca tipografica. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Workes of our ancient and learned English Poet, Geoffrey Chaucer, newly printed. To that which was done in the former Impression, thus much is now added. 1. In the Life of Chaucer many Things inserted. 2. The whole Worke by old Copies reformed. 3. Sentences and Proverbes noted. 4. The Signification of the old and obscure Words prooved: also Characters shewing from what Tongue or Dialect they be derived. 5. The Latine and French, not Englished by Chaucer, translated. 6. The Treatise called Jacke Upland, against Friers: and Chaucers A. B. C. called La Priere de Nostre Dame, at this Impression added.

      London, Printed by Adam Islip. An. Dom. 1602. - Folio., ff. [24], 376, [14], black letter, with a copperplate portrait of Chaucer within a family tree by John Speed after Hoccleve, woodcut initials, terminal errata leaf; title-page slightly dusty, but a very good copy in early stiff vellum, red morocco label.Second Thomas Speght edition (sixth collected edition), revised much for the better by Francis Thynne; this is the variant with Adam Islip rather than George Bishop in the imprint. The portrait of Chaucer, which first appeared in the Speght edition of 1598, is the first engraved representation of the poet.Francis Thynne, son of William Thynne who had edited Chaucer's Workes in 1532, had been preparing a commentary on Chaucer when Thomas Speght published his edition of 1598. Thynne abandoned his commentary, wrote some criticisms of Speght's edition, and then joined with Speght to produce this revised edition, also contributing a poem 'Upon the picture of Chaucer'. This is the first edition to attempt thorough punctuation, the important glossary is nearly doubled in size, and two pieces, one by Chaucer ('La Priere de Nostre Dame'), and one not ('Jack Upland'), appear here for the first time.STC 5080; Pforzheimer 178. Language: English

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        Prières en vers, et rime, pour reciter durant le sacrifice de la Messe, & s'accorder à cela que le prestre dit, & que le clergé chante avant le sacrifice, les jours solemnels. Par D. Jean le Prevost, Valencenois, Religieux de Hasnon, de l'ordre Sainct Benoist.

      Chez Laurent Kellam, A Valenciennes 1602 - Petit in-8 de (34)-402-(8) pp., maroquin brun, dos à nerfs, dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées (L. Claessens). Très rare impression valenciennoise dont un seul exemplaire est répertorié au Catalogue collectif de France. Le recueil de prières de Jean Le Prévost fut longtemps considéré par les bibliographes comme le premier livre imprimé dans la ville de Valenciennes et Laurent Kellam comme le « père de la typographie valenciennoise » en vertu du passage de l'épître dédicatoire adressée par l'auteur aux magistrats de Valenciennes (verso du feuillet C3) : En après, veu qu'avec grace libéralle, vous avés ici admis un imprimeur, ou il n'en y avait point encore eu : il appertient bien que ce livre composé et imprimé en a ce lieu, contenant prières en vers françois, pour soi servir sous le sacrifice de la messe , chose non « pratiquée par autre, porte vostre nom en chef, pour servir comme de rameau verdoyant , sur le fait d'un charpentage nouveau érigé ». Des recherches reprises au début du XXe siècle firent remonter les premières impressions à l'adresseValenchienes autour de 1500. Connu pour ses impressions douaisiennes et répertorié comme tel par Duthilloeul sous les dates 1604-1614, Laurent Kellam, venu d'Allemagne, installa ses presses à Valenciennes « à la fin du XVIe siècle » selon Deschamps ; c'est à cette même époque que le religieux Jean Le Prévost terminait sa traduction poétique en vers français des prières de la messe et des diverses pratiques religieuses des catholiques - projet qu'il mena pour faire pièce aux « hérétiques » qui chantaient les Psaumes mis en vers par Marot et raillaient les catholiques qui entonnaient du latin sans en comprendre un mot. Le 5 novembre 1593, le religieux natif de Valenciennes obtint du roi d'Espagne le privilège de la faire imprimer ; Laurent Kellam qui achevait le premier imprimé sous son nom (intitulé Argument général de la Tragicomédie? A Vallenciennes, De l'imprimerie Laurent Kellam, Imprimeur juré de ladite ville 1601, on en connaît aucun exemplaire), se chargea de l'impression du recueil du bénédictin de l'abbaye de Hasnon. Bel exemplaire dans une reliure de Claessens, provenant de la bibliothèque de la famille Merlin d'Estreux de Beaugrenier avec son ex-libris armorié ; sur la garde supérieure, note biographique manuscrite sur l'auteur mort en 1616. 2 feuillets liminaires Ff3-4 restaurés. Inconnu des bibliographies ; sur Laurent Kellam : Deschamps, Dictionnaire de Géographie, 1303 ; Duthilloeul, Bibliographie douaisienne, p. 114 pour les années 1604-1614 ; Sommervogel, VIII, 385, 2, pour l'imprimé daté 1601; Archives historiques et littéraires du Nord de la France et du Midi de la Belgique (1833) publié par Arthur Dinaux, Aimé Nicolas Leroy, p. 281 ; Henri Lemaître, Les origines de l'imprimerie à Valenciennes, 1903 (extrait du Bulletin du bibliophile). Un exemplaire au Catalogue collectif de France (B.N.F.).

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        Von Buss und Besserung des Lebens, In vier Büchern verfasst. Alls I. Welches die gemeine thorheiten und hauptsünden seyen so an wahrer Buss hindern. II. Welches die fürnemsten hauptstück der gotseligkeit und tugenden seyen, darinnen man sich zu bessern. III. Wer sich bessern solle, und was ein jeder vermög seines ampts und stands, hierbey zu thun schuldig sey. IV. Was für vrsachen zu solcher besserung bewegen sollen. Auss Herrn Johann Taffins Franssösischem Tractat trewlich ubergesetzt und verteutscht durch Matthiam Phaenium. WITH: Kenzeichen der wahren Kinder Gottes. Auch deren trost in ihrer beängstigung und trübsal. Durch H. Johann Taffin in Franssösischer Sprach beschrieben. Jetzt aber auf anhalten guthertziger Christen ins Hochteutsch

      Herborn, Christoff Raben 1602 - 2 works in 1 binding, (20) 876, (4) 155 p. Rebound folding Vellum, 8° (browned, some underlinings with pencil)

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        Schlavoniae, Croatiae, Carniae, Istriae, Bosniae, Finitimarvmqve Regionvm Nova Descriptio, Avctore Avgvstino Hirsvogelio. - Cum priuilegio':.

      - Kupferstich v. Abraham Ortelius n. Augustin Hirschvogel, 1602, 34 x 46,5 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. III B, S. 857, 7601:31, 31:251; van den Broecke, Ortelius Atlas Maps, S. 194, Nr. 145. - Zeigt Slawonien, Slowenien mit Ober-, Inner- u. Unterkrain, Karst, Istrien, Friaul, Kärnten, Bosnien, Kroatien u. das nördl. Dalmatien. - Unter der Karte Kartuschenleiste mit Kartentitel; darüber links Meilenzeiger; unten rechts in der Karte Richtungszeiger. - In der Adria Segelschiff. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Septentrionalivm Regionvm Descrip. - Cum priuilegio':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Abraham Ortelius in Antwerpen, 1602, 36 x 49 Burden, The Mapping of North America, 40; Ginsberg, Printed Maps of Scandinavia and the Arctic. 1482-1601, 24,5; van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. III B, 1200:31; Hinrichsen, Island 141; Dreyer-E., Island S. 78f. - Zeigt Skandinavien, die Ostsee mit den angrenzenden Ländern, den Atlantik (Nordmeer) mit Grönland, Island, Irland und Großbritanien; am linken Kartenrand die Küste von Nordamerika. - Unten rechts Kartusche mit Kartentitel; unten links Meilenzeiger mit Zirkel; im Atlantik u. im Nordmeer Segelschiffe u. Meeresungeheuer. - Mit spanischem Rückentext. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Kst.- Karte, n. J. de Surhon b. A. Ortelius, "Lvtzenburgensis dvcatvs veriss descript.".

      - mit altem Flächenkolorit, 1602, 36,2 x 49 Van den Broecke, Nr. 60. - Links unten große, ausgemalte fig. Kartusche. - Schön erhaltene Karte mit spanischem Rückseitentext.

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        Kst.- Karte, aus Ortelius, "Germania".

      - mit altem Flächenkolorit, 1602, 36 x 50 Van der Broecke, Nr. 56. - Deutusche Ausgabe mit Paginierung 36. Mit 3 ausgemalten Rollwerkskartuschen.

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        Americae Nona & postrema Pars

      Apud Matth. Beckerum, Frankfurt 1602 - EXCELLENT ENGRAVINGS FIRST EDITION thus. Folio. five parts in one. pp. (viii), 362, (ii), last blank: pp. (ii) 56: ff. (i), XXV: pp. 100: ff. (i) XIV, (i), last blank. )(4, A-Z4, 2A-2X4, 2Y6, 2A-2G4, 2a-2e4, 2f6, 3A -3L4, 3M6, 3a-3d4. Roman letter, some Italic. First title within fine engraved architectural border, a Native American man and woman at sides, another above, flanked by penguins, a llama below, second title with engraving depicting Sebald de Weert’ flotilla, woodcut ornaments to third and fifth title, fourth title with engraved portrait of Van Noort, with world map, flanked by a Native American and a Pacific Islander, engraved arms on dedication leaf with the arms of Ludwig of Hesse, those of Christain II Duke of Saxony tipped in over, full page engraved map of Magellan Straits, thirty-nine half page engraved plates numbered IXXV and I-XIV with explanations, many hand-coloured, large foliated woodcut initials and headpieces, booksellers note tipped in on pastedown with book plate of John Jay Paul beneath. Light age yellowing, slightly heavier in places, the occasional minor marginal spot, blank corner of S3 expertly repaired. A very good, clean copy with excellent impression of the plates, in late C19th tan crushed morocco by W. Pratt, large gilt arabesques to covers, title gilt on spine, lower joint repaired, crack to top of upper joint, head and tail of spine and corners slightly chipped, all edges gilt. First Latin edition of the ninth volume in the monumental collection of voyages, the ‘Grand Voyages’, by De Bry including the work of Acosta on America, and the highly important Pacific voyages of Oliver van Noort and Sebald de Weert, rarely found complete. De Bry died in 1598, however the publication of his hugely ambitious illustrated series of voyages was continued by his widow and two sons, who issued parts seven, eight, and this the ninth and "postrema pars". The series was however continued to a total of thirteen parts, though part ten was not published until 1619. The ‘Grand Voyages’ was described by Boies Penrose as "the cornerstone of every library of Americana." The first work included in this ninth volume is the seven books of Acosta's ‘Historia Natural y Moral De Las Indias’ (first published Seville, 1590), one of the most important works on the Indians of Mexico and Peru. Acosta's was a Jesuit missionary who spent time in the missions of both countries from 1571 to 1588, and his ‘Historia Natural’ provided a most important and influential picture of the Spanish occupation of the New World. Acosta's work "operated more strongly than any other in opening the eyes of the rest of Europe to the great wealth that Spain was draining from America." Streeter. The Historia also described Inca and Aztec customs and history, and gives much information on such things as winds and tides, lakes, rivers, plants, animals, and mineral resources in the New World. "By the end of the century Spanish knowledge of America had been brilliantly summarized by Jose de Acosta, sometimes know as the American Pliny. Although Acosta’s ‘Historia Natural y Moral De Las Indias’ has been recognized as the most useful and the most learned of the early commentaries, one cannot say that its truly central place in American cultural history has been widely appreciated" Theodore Hornberger. The fourteen De Bry engravings which relate to this section show in great and vivid detail the customs of the Aztecs and Incas and their often violent confrontation with the Spaniards and includes engravings of Indians working Potosi mines, Aztec religious ceremonies, games, llamas as beasts of burden, human sacrifice and burial rites. They are some of the most extraordinary early anthropological illustrations of Native Americans and their customs. Another of the voyages in this volume recounts the extraordinary circumnavigation made by Van Noort, the first by a Dutchman, and the fourth recorded circumnavigation. Lach describes the van Noort account as c [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CONSTITUCION DE NUESTRO SANTISSIMO SEÑOR CLEMENTE POR LA DIVINA PROVIDENCIA PAPA OCTAVO...[caption title]

      Mexico, 1602. Old fold lines. Reinforced with silk along central horizontal fold. Two spots of minor loss along central vertical fold, minutely affecting text. Some minor discoloration. Very good. An early Mexican broadside proclaiming the power of the Spanish Inquisition in the New World. The Inquisition had formally begun in New Spain in 1569, when Philip II established tribunals of the Holy Office at Mexico and Lima. It was specifically charged with vigilance against Moors, Jews, and New Christians. The great privileges it exercised and the dread with which Spaniards generally regarded the charge of heresy made the Inquisition an effective check on dangerous thoughts, be they religious, political, or philosophical. The Inquisition largely relied on denunciations by informers and employed torture to secure confessions. The local natives were originally subject to the jurisdiction of Inquisitors, but were later exempted because, as recent converts of supposedly limited mental capacity, they were not fully responsible for their deviations from the faith. The first execution in the New World took place in 1574, and the tenth in 1596. Many of the victims of the Holy Office were amongst the Portuguese settlers who were persecuted for political rather than religious reasons. The present broadside reads, in translation: "Constitution of our most blessed Lord Clement by the Divine Providence Pope the Eighth against those who, not having been promoted to the sacred order of Priesthood, boldly take the authority of the Priests, dare to pretend to celebrate the Mass, and administer to the faithful the Sacrament of Penance. ... Although at other times Pope Paul, our predecessor of happy memory, in order to refrain and repress the evil and sacrilegious temerity of some men, who not having been ordained priests, take daringly the priestly powers and presume the authority to celebrate the Mass and administration of the Sacrament of Penance; having determined that such delinquents should be delivered to the Judges of the Holy Inquisition, to the Curia and secular body so that due punishment would be administered to them; and after Pope Sixth the fifth of venerable memory, also our predecessor, had ordered that the so-mentioned decree be renewed and be kept and followed with all care; but the audacity of these men has gone so far that giving the pretext of ignorance of these decrees, the penalties, as has been stated, should be imposed against the transgressors who think they are not subject to them, and who pretend to liberate and exonerate themselves from them. "For this reason we consider these persons to be lost and evil men, who not having been promoted to the Holy Order of Priesthood, dare to usurp the right to the celebration of the Mass; these men not only perform external acts of idolatry, in regard to exterior and visible signs of piety and religion, but inasmuch as it concerns them, they deceive the faithful Christians (who accept them as truly ordained and believe that they consecrate legitimately), and because of the faithful's ignorance they fall into the crime of idolatry, proposing them only the material bread and wine so that they adore it as the true body and blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ; and that the same hearing the Sacramental Confession not only do not appreciate the dignity of the holy Sacrament of Penance, but also deceive the faithful, perversely taking the priestly role and the authority of absolving the sins with great danger, and causing the scandal of many. "For this reason, so that the ones who commit these very serious heinous deeds be punished with due penalty, in the proper manner and with our scientific certainty and mature deliberation, and with the fullness of the Apostolic power, in accordance with the conscience of the Judges of the Holy Inquisition, and so that from now on no one can doubt the penalty that has to be imposed on those such delinquents, following the steps of our predecessors, for this constitution of perpetual value, we determine and establish that anyone, who without being promoted to the Sacred Order of Priesthood, would find that he who has dared to celebrate Mass or to hear Sacramental Confession, be separated from the Ecclesiastic body by the judges of the Holy Inquisition, or by the seculars, as not deserving of the mercy of the Church; and being solemnly demoted, from the Ecclesiastic Orders, if he had achieved some, is later to be turned over to the Curia and secular body, in order to be punished by the secular judges with the due penalties...." The proclamation is certified in manuscript at the bottom, "By order of the Sacred Office of the Inquisition of New Spain and its Provinces." This region encompassed Spanish Florida, as well as Mexico. The history of the first half of the 16th century in Florida was marked by conflicts and various unsuccessful settlements by the Spanish, French, and English, who were all vying for possession of the peninsula. In 1656, a colony of Protestant Huguenots established on the St. Johns River was wiped out by Spaniards, who boasted of slaughtering the French, not for their nationality, but for their religion. This Spanish expedition founded St. Augustine, near the site of the annihilated French settlement.

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        Frisia Antiovissima Trans Rhenvm Provincia Cvm Adiacentibvs Regionibvs A Iacobo Davant. Belga Descripta. - Romae .OO.D.LXVI. Claudij Duchetti formis Ioannes Orlandi formis romae 1602.':.

      - Kupferstich v. Claudio Duchetti n. Jacob van Deventer aus Lafreri-Atlas b. Giovanni Orlandi in Rom, dat. 1566 u. 1602, 49 x 39 Not by De Rijke - Frisia Dominium! (see Nr. 4, 4.1. - 4.3); vgl. Tooley, Maps in Italian Atlases of the Sixteenth Century, Nr. 218-221 (this state not called for); vgl. Meurer, The Strabo Illustratus Atlas 1545 - 1571, S. 13 (this state not called for); van der Heijden, Oude Kaarten der Nederlanden 1548-1794, Vol. I, S. 39 ff. (this state not called for). - Zeigt die heutigen niederländischen Provinzen Friesland, Groningen, Drente und Overijssel mit den Westfriesischen Inseln und dem Ijsselmeer. - Unten links dekorative Titelkartusche; unten mittig Meilenzeiger mit Zirkel; oben links das friesische Wappen; auf der Nordsee, dem Dollart mit Emden dem Ijsselmeer zwei Segelschiffe und drei Meeresungeheuer. - 5. und letzter Zustand der Friesland-Karte mit grossem Wasserzeichen (Herkunft von baseler Papiermühlen). - Sehr seltener früher italienischer Einblattdruck in tadellosem Zustand aus einem Lafreri-Sammelatlas. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Do. Ioannis Petri Surdi . Tractatus de alimentis Titulis seu Partibus novem distinctus totam Alimentorum materiam exactissime complectens omnibus tum Theoricis tum Practicis apprime utile ac necessarius .

      apud Damianum Zenarium, Venetiis 1602 - - Frontespizio a caratteri neri e rossi bella marca tipografica testatine capilettera ornati cc. (96) + 361 p. - in-folio p.perg. coeva con titolo manoscritto al dorso

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        Recueil de quelques vers amoureux.

      Par la Veusve Mamert Patisson Imprimeur ordinaire du Roy, A Paris 1602 - Petit in-8 (156 x 96 mm) de (4)-87 ff. 1 f.bl., maroquin rouge, dos lisse orné d'un double filet doré d'encadrement, double filet répété sur les plats, tranches dorées (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale. Recueil des poésies galantes de Jean Bertaut publié par son frère Pierre en vertu d'un privilège du 25 février 1602 où le nom de l'auteur n'apparaît pas « omission, remarque Picot, naturelle en tête d'un recueil de vers amoureux assez compromettants pour un abbé ». Jean Bertaut (1552-1661) fut aimé des poètes de la Pléiade qui louaient son désinteressement et sa noblesse d'âme : Henri IV lui marqua sa faveur en le nommant aumônier de Marie de Médicis et évêque de Seez. C'est dans ce recueil capital du poète, comprenant stances, chansons, élégies et mascarades, que l'on trouve les poèmes les plus passionnés, les plus tendres et les plus harmonieux de ce disciple de Desportes et de Ronsard que Mademoiselle de Scudéry mettait au premier rang de ses modèles. A la fin, des mascarades s'adressent au chevalier de la Baleine, aux douze dames toutes couvertes d'étoiles, aux princes vêtus de fleurs en broderies, aux dames couronnées de myrthe, aux seize dames représentant les vertus, dont la reine était l'une, aux princes de la Chine, etc. Un premier recueil poétique de discours, épigrammes et hymnes, avait paru l'année précédente. Marque de Mamert Patisson au titre. Ex-libris manuscrit à l'encre du temps sur la garde supérieure Madame Seuil (?). Ex-libris couronné au taureau ailé d'or de la famille provençale de Cadenet qui porte la devise « nec timeas nec optes » (Olivier-Hermal-Roton, pl. 2425). Bel exemplaire. Quelques menus restaurations à la reliure. Brunet, I, 815 ; Renouard, 193 ; Catalogue Viollet-le-Duc, 1552 (pour l'édition de 1606) ; Frère, I, 98. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Kst.- Karte, aus Ortelius, "Hispaniae novae sivae magnae, recens et vera descriptio. 1579".

      - mit altem Flächenkolorit, 1602, 35 x 50,5 Van den Breocke, Nr. 13 ( Deutsche Ausgabe 1580 ): Wagner Nr. 119: "The first printed real Map of New Spain", mit 3 altkol. Rollwerkskartuschen, darunter eine prachtvolle Titelkartusche ( rechts oben ).

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        Le premier livre des poemes de Jean Passerat

      Par la veuveMamert Patisson 1602 - - Par la veuveMamert Patisson, AParis 1602, Pet. in-8 (9,5x14,8cm), (2f.) 44ff., relié. - Edition en partie originale, dont l'essentiel est paru en 1597, mais qui contient pour la première fois Le fresne, L'espérance, La divinité des procès, Sur un anneau, Je pensais que vertu, La femme et le procès, Ce petit Dieu colère, On demande en vain ; soit 7 nouveaux poèmes (il n'en était paru que 17 en 1597). Reliure en plein maroquin vert sapin fin XIXe. Dos à nerfs orné de 5 fleurons. Plats ornés à la Duseuil, encadrement inétrieur avec fleurons dans les écoinçons. Riche frise intérieure. Dos éclairci. Légers frottements aux coins, mors et coiffes. L'exemplaire semble d'après le papier de cuve des contreplats, réemboîté. C'est le dernier livre paru du vivant de l'auteur et révisé par sa main, ce dernier s'étant éteint en 1602, à l'âge de 68 ans. Bien qu'il fut un humaniste très éclairé et un profond érudit, ami de bien des poètes (Muret, Ronsard, Baïf.), il est l'auteur d'une poésie légère et particulièrement spirituelle, sans afféterie, nourrie par l'Antiquité, où les jeux de mots et de rimes émaillent les poèmes. Professeur d'éloquence et de belles-lettres, Passerat publiera très peu de son vivant, il était pourtant fort apprécié par ses pairs. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Partly first edition. Bound in full morocco pine green late nineteenth. Back with nerves decorated with florets 5. boards decorated with the Duseuil, inétrieur supervision with the jewels in the spandrels. Rich inner frieze. spine cleared. Light rubbing to corners, joint and caps. The copy appears from the paper tank of contreplats, réemboîté. (2f.) 44ff. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        [Konvolut von Büchern des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts - 140 Bände]. -

      1602-ca. 1799,. 140 Bände in unterschiedlichem Umfang, unterschiedlichen Einbänden und unterschiedlichen Formaten. Konvolut von 140 Büchern aus dem 17. und 18. Jahrhundert. Das älteste Buch stammt von 1602 (eine Terenz-Ausgabe), die jüngsten Bücher stammen aus den 1790er Jahren. Die Bücher liegen oft in Einzelbänden mehrbändiger Werke vor und sind teils in deutscher, teils in lateinischer oder französischer oder englischer Sprache gedruckt. Das kleinste Buch misst gerade mal 11,5 x 5,5 cm (ein weiteres nur 10,5 x 7,5 cm) - das größte Buch, ein zweifarbig gedrucktes Graduale Romanum von 1651 in reich blindgeprägtem Schweinsleder-Einband auf Holzdeckeln, misst 46 x 30 cm. - Autoren sind u.a. Thomas von Aquin, Voltaire, Friedrich der Große, Juvenal, Luther, Salomon Gessner, Klopstock, Goethe ("The Sorrows of Werter" von 1795, 2 Bände in 1), Racine... Die Texte sind teils biblischer oder religiöser Natur, es sind aber auch Bände aus den Bereichen Philosophie, Belletristik, Landeskunde, Geschichte, Mathematik, etc. enthalten. - Die Bücher liegen in unterschiedlichen, fast durchgehend zeitgenössischen Einbänden vor - meist Leder- oder Halbledereinbände, teilweise Pergamenteinbände oder Pappbände. - Die Bücher sind durchgehend in schlechtem Zustand (Einbände berieben und bestoßen, vereinzelt mit Fehlstellen, vor allem an Kopf und Fuß der Rücken, beschädigte oder fehlende Rückenschildchen; innen oft Eselsohren, Flecken, angeränderte Seiten, Besitzvermerke, etc.). Einige Bücher sind in sehr schlechtem bis erbärmlichen Zustand (beschädigte oder völlig defekte Einbände, fehlende Deckel, defekte Bindungen, defekte Heftung, fehlende Titelblätter, Fehlseiten, fehlende oder beschädigte Kupferstiche, stark fleckig, etc.). Zehn der Bände haben keinen Einband. - Trotz oder gerade wegen der teilweise deutlichen Alters-, Gebrauchs- und Mißbrauchsspuren charmantes Konvolut und vielleicht besonders gut geeignet als Filmrequisite, buchrestauratorisches Rohmaterial oder buchkundlich-buchgeschichtlich-einbandkundliches und druckgeschichtliches Anschauungsmaterial. - Der Versand erfolgt ohne Aufpreis - jedoch nur innerhalb Deutschlands und den EU-Ländern..

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        La Biblia. Que es, Los Sacros Libros del Vieio i Nvevo Testamento. Segunda Edicion. revista y conferida con los textos Hebreos y Griegos y con diversas translaciones. Por Cypriano de Valera.

      Amsterdam, Lorenco Iacobi, 1602. Folio. (32,5 x 22 cm.). Contemp. full vellum. Upper compartment torn, a part of vellum gone (loosing ca. 4x4 cm of vellum). Remains of ties. Spine and covers a bit soiled. Title-page 1 cm. shorter at foot, probably inserted from another copy. Title-page with a large woodengraved vignette. Fol (12) = "Exhortation" (revisor's preface), Amonestacion (translator's preface) + Fol 268 (269 as the extra leaf with signature 2S3 is present) + Fol 67 + Fol. 88 + Fol 1. Last leaf recto with colophon: "Para gloria de Dios y bien de la Iglesia Espanola esta Biblia se acabô en Septiember An(n)o MDCII." - Last leaf verso: "Faltas de la impression..." On foot of titlepage a small stamp and previous owner "Friderici Münteri (1817)" - (Frederik Münter - 1761-1830 - Danish professor of theology at the University of Copenhagen, orientalist, church historian, archaeologist, Danish bishop of Zealand, and freemason). A faint brownspot on Fol 3. A few leaves with small wormholes in margins. A few marginal faint bronspots, otherwise internally very clean, printed on good paper in double-columns. The copy has got the inserted extra leaf between Fol. 138 and 139 (numb. 2 Fol. 129, signature 2S3), but as most copies it has not got a published Dedication-leaf.. Scarce first edition of Cypriano de Valera's revision of the first Spanish Bible, the Reina Bible, "Biblia del Oso" (1569), being the first Spanish Bible in the vernacular. Valera's famous and still controversial revison is called "The Reina-Valera Bible" and is the second Bible in Spanish.The revison of the Reina Bible has been the basic text most used by the evangelical Spanish-speaking church. It is the most beloved translation of Spanish-speaking Christians because it retains the traditional style of the Spanish language

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        PHILOSOPHIA MORAL DE PRINCIPES. PARA SU BUENA CRIANÇA Y GOVIERNO: Y PARA PERSONAS DE TODOS ESTADOS

      BURGOS, Juan Baptista Veresio 1602 - TORRES, P. Juan de. PHILOSOPHIA MORAL DE PRINCIPES. PARA SU BUENA CRIANÇA Y GOVIERNO: Y PARA PERSONAS DE TODOS ESTADOS.- (Grabado de la Inmaculada con todos los simbolos) BURGOS. Juan Baptista Veresio. A costa de Diego Perez mercader de libros. Año 1602. En folio, encuadernado, de época, en pergamino, 20 hojas, incluso portada, impresa en rojo y negro, 995 p., 41 hojas. PALAU, núm. 336555. LIBRO INTERESANTISIMO. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Iacobi Menochii. Additiones ad eius commentarios de arbitrarijs iudicum. Adiecta est sexta centuria .

      apud Hieronymum Bordonum & Petrum Martyrem Locarnum, Mediolani 1602 - Pergamena di entrambi i piatti non coeva naturali segni del tempo. Contropiatti recenti Marca tipografica ai frontespizi capilettere istoriati ed ornati testo su due colonne testatine frontalini incisi. (48) + 218 (8) + 144 p. 2 voll in 1 tomo in-folio p.perg. coeva con titolo manoscritto al dorso

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        Collection of seven decrees relating to the Jews of Modena, Italy

      1602. (JUDAICA—ITALIAN).Collection of seven printed governmental decrees regarding the Jews of Modena, Italy, 1602-1859.Modena, Italy: various publishers, 1602-1859.Superb collection of official governmental decrees charting the history of the Jewish community of Modena, in north-central Italy, from the stigma of wearing a yellow mark in 1602, to the grant of full emancipation in 1859. Items #4 and #5 illustrate how quickly the fortunes of the Jewish community could change. After helping the carbonari in their successful coup against the Duke, the Jews were granted full equal rights in a decree issued February, 1831. Just one month later, however, after the Duke had been restored to power, the government published a decree reenacting all former restrictions and imposing a fine against the Jews-presumably to punish them for having helped with the coup. This superb collection includes, in chronological order:1. Grida Sopra Gli Ebrei… [Decree enforcing all Jewish males and females from age nine to wear a yellow mark on their hat or clothing. Jews cannot hire non-Jewish servants. Despite these restrictions, non-Jews are not to vilify Jews]. Modena: July 28th, 1602. Small folio, single leaf printed on recto. Woodcut official crest; woodcut initial.2. Decretum Super Usuris Hebraeorum Foeneratorum totius Status Celsitdinis Suae… [Decree regulating collateral on defaulted loans in the hands of Jewish bankers and money-lenders]. Modena: Juliani Cassiani, 1635. Octavo, two disbound leaves, four printed pages. Woodcut official crest on first page.3. Notificazione Sopra I Pegni Rubati nel Banco del già Abram Rouighi Ebrao… [Decree regarding a controversy among the heirs of Abraham Rovigo involving liability for collateral securities stolen from the deceased]. Modena: Andrea Cassiani, September 22, 1654. Folio, single leaf printed on recto. Woodcut official crest; woodcut historiated initial.4. Il Dittatore della Città e Provincia di Modena… [Decree granting full equal rights to the Jews of Modena following a successful coup against the Duke]. Modena: Stamperia del Governo Provvisorio, February 20, 1831. Broadside, printed on recto.5. Francesco IV. Per la Grazia di Dio. Duca di Modena, Reggio, Mirandola, Massa e Carrara… [Decree retracting the grant of equal rights to the Jews and re-enacting all former restrictions upon the reinstatement of the toppled Duke and a fine imposed on the Jews of Modena]. Modena: Eredi Soliani Tipografi Reali, March 22, 1831. Broadside, printed on recto. Woodcut official crest of the Duke Francesco IV.6. Il Ministro Dell?'Interno… [Decree of the Ministry of the Interior permitting Jews to pay a fine to be excused from the Military Draft]. Modena: Eredi Soliani Tipografi Reali, November 26, 1851. Broadside, printed on recto. Woodcut official governmental seal.7. Il Minicipio per Provvedimento Straordinario Decreta… [?"Full Emancipation?" decree, annulling all restrictions and granting Jews full equal rights of citizenship]. Modena: June 13, 1859. Broadside, printed on recto.A few of the larger broadsides show faint fold lines and light foxing. Item #2 with small stain affecting both leaves; item #7 with three tiny holes at center of document. Overall, however, a superb collection of official documents in extraordinary condition. Rare.

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        Le premier livre des poemes de Jean Passerat EDITION ORIGINALE

      AParis: Par la veuveMamert Patisson, 1602. Fine. Par la veuveMamert Patisson, AParis 1602, Pet. in-8 (9,5x14,8cm), (2f.) 44ff., relié. - Partly first edition. Bound in full morocco pine green late nineteenth. Back with nerves decorated with florets 5. boards decorated with the Duseuil, inétrieur supervision with the jewels in the spandrels. Rich inner frieze. spine cleared. Light rubbing to corners, joint and caps. The copy appears from the paper tank of contreplats, réemboîté. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition en partie originale, dont l'essentiel est paru en 1597, mais qui contient pour la première fois Le fresne, L'espérance, La divinité des procès, Sur un anneau, Je pensais que vertu, La femme et le procès, Ce petit Dieu colère, On demande en vain ; soit 7 nouveaux poèmes (il n'en était paru que 17 en 1597).  Reliure en plein maroquin vert sapin fin XIXe. Dos à nerfs orné de 5 fleurons. Plats ornés à la Duseuil, encadrement inétrieur avec fleurons dans les écoinçons. Riche frise intérieure. Dos éclairci. Légers frottements aux coins, mors et coiffes. L'exemplaire semble d'après le papier de cuve des contreplats, réemboîté. C'est le dernier livre paru du vivant de l'auteur et révisé par sa main, ce dernier s'étant éteint en 1602, à l'âge de 68 ans. Bien qu'il fut un humaniste très éclairé et un profond érudit, ami de bien des poètes (Muret, Ronsard, Baïf...), il est l'auteur d'une poésie légère et particulièrement spirituelle, sans afféterie, nourrie par l'Antiquité, où les jeux de mots et de rimes émaillent les poèmes. Professeur d'éloquence et de belles-lettres, Passerat publiera très peu de son vivant, il était pourtant fort apprécié par ses pairs.

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        ( Greek Title ) ... Euripidis Tragoediae Quae Extant Cum Latina Gulielmi Canteri Interpretatione

      Paulus Stephanus, 1602. (xii); 747; (blank); (1)-846; (blank); (1)-136; (xxxii); (1)-215; (xx)(index) pages. Title-page lightly soiled and neatly laid down, a few pages with early ink smudges and annotations mainly affecting the margins. Some light water staining to the lower margin. A few minor pagination errors but complete. Contemporary calf, neatly rebacked retaining the original title label. A most handsome quarto, in nice contemporary binding. Euripides [c480-406BC] was a Greek tragedian in classical Athens. He's theatical inovations have had a profund influence on drama right up to modern times.. Hard Cover. Very Good.. 4to.

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        De ortu animae humanae libri tres.

      Genoa, Giuseppe Pavoni, 1602 - 4to (224 x 145 mm), pp [xvi] 429 [33], woodcut device on title-page and the peacock device at end; two small wormholes in outer blank margins not affecting text, small wormtrack in last few leaves touching a few letters of index, a very good, crisp copy in contemporary limp vellum, spine repaired. £1850First edition of Liceti's treatise on human embryology, his first published work out of a total of seventy-seven. This work expounds a traditional Aristotelian doctrine of generation and embryological development. 'Hieronymus Capivaccius, F. Licetius, J. Costaeus and V. Cardelinus, who wrote in 1608, were the last true supporters of the ancient theories, such as that the male embryo was twice as hot and developed twice as quickly as the female' (Needham, History of embryology p 114). This work achieved an instant reputation for its author, who was only twenty-five and already professor of philosophy and medicine at Pisa; he went on to take up similar posts at Padua.Liceti wrote on a variety of topics but had a lifelong interest in embryology. In 1616 he wrote a dissertation on intra-uterine life and changes, De perfecta constitutione hominis in utero, and was the author of the first and most popular treatise on teratology ever published, his De monstrorum, also published in 1616.Krivatsy 6964; OCLC records NLM, Philadelphia College of Physicians, McGill, Stanford, Johns Hopkins, and University of Missouri

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        Le premier livre des poemes de Jean Passerat

      Partly first edition.Bound in full morocco pine green late nineteenth. Back with nerves decorated with florets 5. boards decorated with the Duseuil, inétrieur supervision with the jewels in the spandrels. Rich inner frieze. spine cleared. Light rubbing to corners, joint and caps. The copy appears from the paper tank of contreplats, réemboîté. Par la veuveMamert Patisson AParis 1602 Pet. in-8 (9,5x14,8cm) (2f.) 44ff. relié

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        Commentariorum Collegii Conimbricensis Societatis Jesu, in octo libros Physicorum Aristotelis Stagiritae, . 2 Tle. in 1 Bd.

      - Köln, Lazarus Zetzner, 1602, 4°, mit Titel in Rot- und Schwarz und 2 Holzschnitt TVignetten. 3 Bll., 542 Sp. (letztes Bl. falsch pag.); 7 Bll., 1 w. Bl., 8 Bll., 524 Sp., Pergament der Zeit; Papier gebräunt; Einband etwas berieben. FEines Exemplar der seltenen Ausgabe im eindrucksvollen Einband. - "Commentariorum Collegii Conimbricensis Societatis Jesu, in octo libros Physicorum Aristotelis Stagiritae, qui nunc primum Graeco Aristotelis contextu, Latino è regione respondenti, aucti, ob studiosorum Philosophiae usum in Germania sunt editi. Accessit etiam Quaestionum index, quae in hac prima operis parte acutissime disputantur. Prima-secunda pars." - - Pergament der Zeit mit handschriftlichen Rückentitel, reichen Rollen- und Plattenstempeln und 2 Wappen-Supralibros (Vorderdeckel "Wilhelm der Vier Graffen des Reichs Graff zu Schwarczburg Herre zu Arnstadt Sundershaus und Leucht; Hinterdeckel: "Elisabet Geborne Schlicken Greffin zu Passaw Greffin und Frau zu Schwarczburck"). Die Schwarzburger gehören zum alten Thüringer Hochadel. - - Griechisch-lateinische Ausgabe der Quaestionen und acht Bücher der Physik des Aristoteles mit lateinischem Kommentar der sogenannten Coimbrizenser. Vier Mitglieder des Jesuitenkollegs von Coimbra verfassten zwischen 1592 und 1606 eine fünfbändige, kommentierte Aristoteles-Ausgabe, deren erster Teil, die "Physika" hier in einer Kölner Ausgabe vorliegt. Verfasser des Kommentars zur "Physika" ist Manoel de Goes (1547-1593/97). - - With title in red and black, 2 woodcut title vignettes. Vellum with rich blind tooling and coat of arm-supralibros by the counts of Schwarzburg. - Greek-Latin edition of the eight books of the physics by Aristoteles. - Pages slightly browned. - Rare edition in an impressive binding. - - VD 17 3:300224A und 3:300242R; De Backer/Sommervogel II, 1273, 1; vgl. LTK II, 1251. Nicht bei Hoffmann. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Vita della gloriosa Vergine Maria madre del figliuol di Dio avvocata et signora nostra nella quale con bellissime considerationi cavate da i sacri dottori si descrivono insieme i misteri appartenenti alla redetion humana

      Osanna, Mantova 1602 - In 8, pp. (8) + 239 + (1b) con 1 xilografia a piena pagina n.t. raff. la Vergine Maria. Capilettera xilografati. Forellino alla seconda carta con lesione di una parola del testo. Legatura settecentesca in mz. pl.ÂTraduzione italiana curata da Giulio Cesare Valentino della vita della Vergine Maria scritta dallo spagnolo Alonso de Villegas, noto con lo pseudonimo di Selvago. Fu autore non solamente di opere religiose ma anche di un poemaÂcavalleresco, la Comedia ilamada selvagia.ÂIn quest'opera, oltre la vita di Maria, compaiono capitoli dedicati ad alcune delle principali chiese intitolate alla Madonna fra cui quelle di Pilar, a Saragoza, la chiesa della Madonna di Loreto, S. Maria Maggiore, Chiesa e Monastero della Madonna di Monferrato (in Spagna), ecc. Magnaguti, p. 27. ITA

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