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        Magna Charta, cum statutis, tum recentibus, maximopere animo tenendis, iam nouiter excusa,& summa diligentia emendata & correcta. Cui adiecta sunt nonnulla Statuta, nunc demum tipis aedita

      Londini: Thomas Wight, 1602 A rare printing of the Magna Carta in contemporary full leather binding, originally belonging to Thomas Athew (or Athowe), who was a lawyer who contributed a legal brief to Lady Anne Clifford's inheritance dispute in the early 17th century. She described him as 'a great antiquary'. This printing is the first 17th century printing of Magna Carta. The binding has lost its title label and is worn with fraying to the top of the spine, wear to the bottom of the spine and corners and scuffing to joints. It is sound. Page edges red. The endpapers are from a manuscript - part of the rear pastedown is missing and they are split at the joints. There is a large armorial bookplate of John Perrett which covers the whole of the reverse of the front endpaper and the edge of the title page. Athew has signed the title page three times - one dated 3rd November, 1623, and made a small note. Contents: To the Reader 2pp (with decorative initial capital); First Table 2pp; Second Table 6pp; Magna Charta text - with large decorative initial capital. Text varies between Latin, French and English. The pages have brown toning and occasional marking. The title page and following page have a small nick in the paper at the side. Athew has made margin notes against sections in pages 187 and 188 (Discentes and Condicions). A very scarce work with an interesting past.

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        Lampas, sive Fax Artium liberalium, hoc est, Thesaurus criticus quo infinitis Locis Theologicorum, Jurisconsultorum, Medicorum, Philosophicorum, Historicorum, Poetarum, Grammaticorum, scripta supplentur, corriguntur, illustrantur, notantur.

      Sumtibus ionae Rhodii Bibliopola,, Francofurti, 1602 - Sei volumi di cm. 19, pp. 9.000 circa complessive. Frontespizi con vignette in xilografia. Solida ed elegante legatura del tempo in piena pergamena rigida con nervi passanti e titoli in oro su tasselli ai dorsi. Rade bruniture, qualche nota manoscritta di mano antica. Esemplare genuino ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Celebre compilazione dell'erudito Greuter in cui si trovano un gran numero di commentatori e di critici divenuti a suo tempo rari o che erano rimasti fin'allora inediti. La parte finale dell'ultimo volume, con autonomo frontespizio, contiene le Dilucidationes di Marcello Donati conte di Ponzane. Nel 1634, dopo la morte del'autore, venne inoltre aggiunto un settimo volume con varie osservazioni (tra le quali alcune sopra l'opera di Plauto). Opera divenuta assai rara, soprattutto in tale stato di conservazione. Cfr. Brunet (II, 1771): "Pas commun". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense]
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        Auctores Latinae linguae in unum redacti corpus [...]

      S. Gervasii [Sainte-Gervais], Apud Iacobum Choet., 1602. Small folio (in 8s). pp. [viii], followed by 1294 (=1924) columns, pp. [lxxiv], 106 columns. Woodcut title border and with one or two diagrams in the text. Occasional neat marginalia in an early hand. Contemporary blind-ruled vellum with three raised bands and yapp edges. Book

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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.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        The Estate of the Church with the discourse of times, from the apostles vntill this present: also of the liues of all the emperours, popes of Rome, and Turkes:... Translated out of French into English by Simon Patrike, Gentleman

      London: Thomas Creede, 1602. FIRST EDITION. 1 volume, square 4to., (viii),71,74-708pp.,(xv)., occasional minor dampstaining, largely clean throughout Bound in full contemporary vellum over cords, hinges fine, housed in a 1/4 red morocco slipcase, raised bands, gilt lettered spine. STC 6036 This work is a translation of: Hainault, Jean de. L'estat de l'eglise. The editor's preface is signed "Iohn Crispin", to whom the work is often attributed. The only other work of the translator who is also the continuator of the book is the important translation of Gentillet's attack on Machiavelli.

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        Prima parte della pratica aritmetica, ovvero Elementi pratici delli numeri hora in luce da Perito Annotio.- Seconda parte.

      Bologna, heredi di Giovanni Rossi, 1602 - 1606. - 2 parti in un volume in- folio, cartone ottocentesco . (12), 148 pp. ; (4), 151, (1) pp. Frontespizi stampati in rosso e nero. Esemplare in carta lievemente ingiallita con insignificanti restauri e forellini di tarlo nel margine, comunque ben conservato. Edizioni originali. " Avvertiamo una volta per tutte che le opere del Cataldi sono rare e da qualche tempo ricercatissime." (Riccardi, I, 302-4). Perito Annotio è anagramma di Pietro Antonio. Seguirono altre due parti negli anni 1616 e 1617. " Quest' opera é il trattato più completo di aritmetica fino allora publicato. Esso meriterebbe un ragguaglio ben più esteso di quello che possiamo dare nella nostra Biblioteca. Nella prima parte tratta delle operazioni sugli interi; nella seconda si estende sui calcoli delle frazioni." (Riccardi, I, 302-4). Il Cataldi introdusse le frazioni continue, contribuendo così a quell' evoluzione del pensiero matematico che doveva portare, per diverse vie, alla costruzione algoritmica dell' analisi infinitesimale" (Scienziati e tecnologi, I, pp. 282-3). Libri, Histoire des sciences mathématiques en Italie, IV, pp. 96-97. Smith, History of mathematics, I, p. 303. Boyer, History of mathematics, p. 423. IL PIU' COMPLETO TRATTATO DI ARITMETICA DEL SUO TEMPO. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria Brighenti]
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        The WHOLE BOOKE Of PSALMES, Collected into English Metre by Thomas Sternhold, Iohn Hopkins and others, conferred with the Ebrew [sic], with apt notes to sing them withall.

      Printed by Iohn Windet, for the Assignes of Richard Day., London: 1602 - Ornamental border to t.p. Elaborate wood block print to A1v. Illustrated with musical stanzas. Binding - Fine. Text block - VG. Modern full calf binding executed in a period style. 8vo: A - G^8. 6-14" x 3-7/8". STC 2507 (Sternhold & Hopkins series 8/62). [10], 94, [8] pp. Last leaf a "Table for the Number of Whole Psalms". P. 94 mis-numbered 49.

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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. *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. Sprache: la Gewicht in Gramm: 1200 16 x 10,5 cm. Geprägte Schweinslederbände der Zeit über Holzdeckel mit je 2 Schließen (ein Schließbügel fehlt).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun]
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        The Workes of our Ancient and lerned English Poet, Geffrey Chaucer, newly Printed

      London: by George Bishop,, 1602. 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 works proved: 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. called La priere de nostre Dame, at this Impression added. Folio in sixes (326 × 220 mm). Early nineteenth-century tan calf, spine with five raised bands, blind rules and motifs in compartments, gilt lettered in second panel and dated at foot, sides panelled in blind, red edges. Title in woodcut compartment (McK & F 232), copperplate progeny leaf incorporating portrait of the author, woodcut arms, woodcut of the Knight at head of text; black letter. Gift inscription of George Dundas to William Macdowall dated 1825 on front free endpaper. Skilfully washed at time of binding, small paper repairs to lower corners of progeny leaf with slight lost of engraved matter at lower inner corner, an excellent copy, clean, tall and well-margined. Second Speght edition, including the first appearance in print of the ABC; a variant has Adam Islip's name in the imprint. The schoolmaster Thomas Speght (d. 1621) had the help of the antiquary John Stow and his 1598 edition is essentially a revision of Stow's own edition of 1561. Nevertheless Speght's extensive apparatus and glossary were by far the most elaborate yet, giving Chaucer the dignity a classical author might receive. Speght was criticized, though not always accurately, by Francis Thynne, son of the earlier Chaucer editor William Thynne, and he responded in this new edition by departing more decisively from Stow. This edition was reprinted with a few minor alterations in 1687 and remained in use after Urry's much maligned 1721 edition, forming the basic text for Tyrwhitt's 1770s edition. "With a period of influence stretching from the late sixteenth century to the late eighteenth, then, Speght's Chaucer has been the most durable of any Chaucer edition" (ODNB).

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        The Bible, That Is, The Holy Scriptures, Contained in the Old and New Testament: Translated According to the Ebrew and Greeke, and Conferred with the Best Translations in Divers Languages (3 Volume Set)

      London: Imprinted ... By Robert Barker. 1602. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" Tall (tall thick). F First Edition Thus. H Full Leather. Very Good. Slight scuffing and rubbing to covers (modern leather; chiefly to midsections); tape repair to foredge of title page (volume 1, at upper right corner), repair to title page of volume 3 (nearly all except upper left corner; with blank from unidentified similar volume); slight wear to foredges of few leaves (chiefly to corners); slight internal browning and/or foxing (chiefly to edges and preliminary leaves). [ca. 300] pages per volume (including interleaving). Title on spines: Holy Bible. The so- called "Geneva" Bible (including the apocryphal books), plus the translation of the New Testament by Laurence Tomson; divided into 3 volumes, with interleaved blank pages for marginal commentary, virtually all with ink annotations in several (at least 3 or 4) unidentified 17th or possibly 18th century holograph hands. The third volume also contains two "tables" (i.e., references to personal names) at rear, also interleaved (and with a few holograph entries, chiefly alphabetic guides). Also notable for the few copperplate engraved illustrations (particularly the chief title page). Wing STC (2nd edition) #2185; Herbert #268; BMC, volume 2, page 1263, column 91. Pagination as follows: [12], 240, [1]; [4], 242- 486, [1]; [6], 489-626 (i.e., 636), [17] pages plus extra leaves. Provenance: Possibly from the library of the noted translator John Healey (died 1610), famous as the translator of St. Augustine's "City of God"; holograph signature at upper right corner of the first volume's title page reads "J. Hea" (remainder lacking due to wear and to tape repair); holograph hand in some of actual text volumes resembles this signature); remaining holograph entries on interleaved pages unidentified, but evidently that of a divine and/or scholar of the period, with abbreviated references to former translations and/or commentaries (chiefly in Latin); also particularly noteworthy for the interleaved commentary (in English) on the text of Matthew 5: 13 ("doxology" at the end of the Lord's Prayer). 3 volumes complete; bound uniformly in full dark brown modern calf, gilt- stamped and decorated spines, new cream endpapers, all edges trimmed and stained red-brown. Nice, tight set in an austere, modern heavy calf fine binding.

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        Le Vite de Filosofi Cavate da Laertio et Altri. Nelle Quali Vi Sono Sentenze, et Detti Notabili. Adornate de Bellissime, et Vaghe Figure di Gioseppe Salviati, accommodate a' luoghi loro. Opera Non Men Curiosa che giovevole ad ogni persona di virtu. Nuovamente Ristampate, & con somma diligenza ricorrette, & ampliate. Con Privilegio

      Vinegia (Venice): Presso Giovachino Brugnolo, 1602. Contemporary full vellum. Very Good. 70 numbered leaves, 140 pp. Small 4to, 7.75 by 6 inches, 19.5 by 15 cm. With 78 woodcuts of philosophers, writers and other figures whose biographies are here rendered as well as a few more allegorical subjects. Also in addition a few printer's devices and/or other woodcut ornaments. This is a translation of Laertius, a third century Greek biographer of philosphers of the Ancient World. The charm of this copy most definitely resides in the illustrations. Vellum boards splayed and with film of soilage. Skiver spine label worn and rubbed. Blank leaves, preliminary and at rear, with chipping and very browned. Some marginal foxing. Generally the text is clean and crisp, as are the illustrations, and the binding remains tight overall.

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      1602 - Materia: Libro antiguo de refranes o proverbios en romance. Publicación: Valladolid; por L. Sa[n]chez : vendelos Geronimo Martinez ?, 1602. Descripción: 12º. [12], 732, 26 h.; Múltiples errores de foliación. Colofón en recto de hoja con signatura C4. Encuadernación en holandesa puntas. Lomo con letras doradas para título, autor, Año y lugar. Conservación: Regular. Papel tostado, Restos de sellos de tinta de antiguos propietarios, jerarquía eclesiastica. Notas: Los Refranes ó Proverbios en romance de Hernán Núñez es una de las más celebradas y completas obras recopilatorias del refranero. Obra monumental tanto por su extensión, al recoger casi dos mil refranes, como por los comentarlos y comparaciones con refranes de otras lenguas, en su mayoría romances: catalanes, gallegos, portugueses, franceses, italianos, asturianos, latinos y griegos. Los refranes aparecen por orden alfabético todos juntos con indicación de la lengua, cuando se trata de los refranes no castellanos. Biografia del autor: Hernán Núñez de Toledo y Guzmán (Valladolid, 1475 - Salamanca, 1553), latinista, helenista, paremiógrafo y humanista español, también conocido como el Comendador Griego, el Pinciano o Fredenandus Nunius Pincianus. Otros datos: Sánchez, Luis ( 1590-1627), impresor. PSS1 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Scelta Curiosa, et Ricca Officina Di Varie Antiche, et Moderne Istorie, Divisa in Tre Libri. Et Adornata Di Belle et Vaghe figure: Nella Quale Si Spiegano Essempi Notabili a Virtù,et a Difetto Parimenti. Da Quali può Il Professore, Lo Studioso .

      MARCHIO SESSA, Venetia 1602 - [Fig. Historie-Prima Edizione] (cm. 22,6) buona piena pergamena dell' epoca, con unghie e tracce di lacci. -- cc. 12 nn., pp. 518. Ricchi fregi e capilettera, molte xilografie n.t. grandi e piccole. Dedica a Girolamo Michele, nobile veneziano. Le belle incisioni sono per lo più eseguite con gli stessi legni che servirono anteriormente per le opere del Doni impresse dal Marcolini. Edizione originale bella ed elegante. L' opera contiene racconti, novelle, motti e facezie; alcune tratte dai classici del Guicciardini, Domenichi, Doni, Costo ecc. L' autore ha raccolto esempi delle più svariate azioni umane, vizi e virtù, crudeltà e magia. Curiosi i capitoli sull' amore, sulle vestali e donne crudeli, sui golosi, bevitori, guerci, zoppi, femmine di mondo, streghe e donne guerriere nonchè su draghi, serpenti e cani fedeli. Legatura ottimamente restaurata con dorso rifatto e sguardie antiche rimontate, altrimenti esemplare molto bello e nitido con xilografie in ottima tiratura. Edizione mancante Choix, Brunet, Bruni-Evans in Cambridge e a Moranti "Seicentine di Urbino". Antico timbretto al frontis. * Autori Italiani del '600 3327; * Passano I 32; * Gay III 1080; * Graesse I 241; * Michel-Michel I 79; * Bm. Stc. I 54.[f42] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Commentarii collegii conibricensis societatis iesu in octo libros Phisicorum Aristotelis Stagiritae

      Sumptibus Horatij Cardon, Ludguni 1602 - Prima pars: Qui nunc primum graeco Aristotelis contextu latino e regione respondenti aucti - Secunda pars:Accessit tum Quaestionum, qae in hacsecundai . - in 4° - 4 nn + pp 564 + cc 7 nn ; cc 4 nn + pp 590 + cc 2 nn - Pergamena - Due parti in un volume - Marca tipografica ai frontespizi - Testo in latino su due colonne, numerazione doppia a pagina. Frontespizio della prima parte bicolore. Errore di legatura da pag 200 a pag 218 - Mancanza di parte della pergamena del dorso. Mancanza all'angolo superiore del frontespizio senza perdita di testo. Pagine sciupate con lievi gore d'umido. Piccola mancanza a pag 174 - Edizione non presente su iccu al 2009 - Libro usato

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        Decada Quarta da Asia, dos feitos que os Portugueses fizeram na conquista e descobrmento das terras, & mares do Oriente: em quanto governarão a India Lopo Vaz de sam Payo, & parte do tempo de Nuno da Cunha. Compasta por mandado do muito catholico e invencivel Monarcha de Espanha dom Filipe Rey de Portugal of primeiro deste nome. Por Diogo do Couto Chronista e guarda mòr da torre do tombo do estado da India.

      Lisbon, Impresso por Pedro Crasbeeck, no Collegio de Santo Agostinho, 1602. - Woodcut royal arms on title, woodcut initials. (12), 207 ll. [but lacks T3-4]. Folio (27.3 x 18.3 cm.), eighteenth-century cat's-paw sheep (some wear, rubbed), spine gilt with raised bands in six compartments, citron leather lettering piece in second compartment from head, gilt letter, text block edges marbled. Old inscription scored in lower margin of title page. Overall in very good, albeit incomplete condition, lacking two leaves. Ownership inscription of Antonio Leite on recto of front free endleaf. ---- FIRST EDITION of a major early work on Asia: "as a pioneer Orientalist, Diogo do Couto ranks with João de Barros" (Boxer p. 17). Continuing Barros' history (@Decades I-III appeared 1552-63), Couto wrote @Decades IV through XII. This fourth @Decade covers the years 1526-36. Barros had left copious material for a volume to follow his third @Decade; his manuscript was edited by João Baptista Lavanha and published in Madrid, 1615, with the title @Quarta decada da Asia de João de Barros. Although Barros's fourth @Decade covers the same ground as Couto's it is an entirely different work.Couto (Lisbon 1542-Goa 1616), spent the better part of 50 years in India, which gave him a different perspective than that of Barros, for Couto was often personally acquainted with the scenes, events and persons described in his work. "The sententious generalities of the majestic Barros are replaced by bitter protests and practical suggestions. He is a critic of abuses rather than persons. He writes from the point of view of the common soldier, as one who had seen both sides of the tapestry of which Barros smoothly ignored the snarls and thread-ends . . . He can, however, write excellent prose, and he gives more of graphic detail and individual sayings and anecdotes than his predecessor" (Bell, @Portuguese Literature p. 196). Couto's manuscripts of the @Decades suffered at the hands of enemies and the elements; one was on a ship captured by the English, another two were stolen, one vanished, and one lay unpublished until 1788. The fourth @Decade was the only one that was published immediately upon its completion.There is a variant issue with a somewhat different title page, which reads: @Decada Quarta da Asia, dos feitos que os Portugueses fizeram na conquista e descobrmento das terras, & mares do Oriente: em quanto governarão a India Lopo Vaz de São Payo, & parte de Nuno da Cunha. Compasta por mandado do invencivel Monarcha de Espanha dom Felipe Rey de Portugal of primeiro deste nome. Por Diogo do Couto Guarda Mòr da torre do tombo do estado da India. The verso of the title page of the present copy contains a "Carta de su Ma- // gestade pera Diogo do Couto // Chronista & guarda mór da torre do Tombo do esta- // do da India."; it is blank in the variant issue. The rest of both issues appear to be from the same setting of type, except that the variant contains the signature 2, while this signature is absent from the present copy.---- Arouca C712 (the present issue). Barbosa Machado I, 633 (another issue). Innocêncio II, 153 & IX, 122-4: without collation (another issue). Pinto de Matos (1970) pp. 225-8 (another issue). @Bibliotheca Boxeriana 176 (issue points not determinable). @Europe Informed p. 54 (title given is that of the other issue). Figanière 908 (another issue). Palha 4149 (another issue). JFB C663 (insufficient information in the @Catalog, but from MNCat appears to be another issue). Streit IV, 667. @Greenlee Catalogue I, 376 (another issue). Monteverde 461 (another issue). Azevedo-Samodães 335 (the present issue). Ameal 235 (the present issue). Avila Perez 591 (issue points not determinable). Palha 4149 (another issue). Cordier @Sinica, III, 2308; @Japonica, col. 33 (both with short title and without collation; issue points not determinable). Salvá 3272 (another issue). Heredia 3267 (the Salvá copy). See also Boxer, @Three Historians of Portuguese Asia pp. 12-22; Bell, @Portuguese Literature pp. 195-8, and @Diogo do Couto, @passim. NUC [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les Essais de Michel Seigneur de Montaigne. Edition Nouvelle, Prise Sur L'Exemplaire Trouvé Apres le Deces de L'Autheur

      Leyden: Jean Doreau, 1602. Early Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. 18th century acid calf, front hinge split and front board a little loose, scrape to one board. Place of printing obscured on title and Leyden written above - there is also a Cologne edition the same year and with the same pagination. Old signature to title, scattered annotations and underlinings to text neatly in an early hand, mild browning, small paper repair to the preface, generally quite clean. (lxxii), 1031pp with the preface by his "fille d'alliance" Marie de Gournay, and the analytical table which is sometimes lacking, and the integral blank at d8. Bookplate of General J. Doreau and a letter laid in from a bookseller about the purchase of this book and other Jean Doreau editions. Graesse V4 579, PMM 95 (1580 1st edition), Brunet V3 434..& & First published in 1580, the third book was added in 1588, the last edition during Montaigne's lifetime. "Montaigne devised the essay form in which to express his personal convictions and private meditations, a form in which he can hardly be said to have been anticipated." The table entitles "Les Pages du Sieur de Montaigne, Où sont contenues les plus rare remarques de son liure..." is not present in all of the printings and is (according to Buchon) the first such table to appear since 1595. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Essays & Literary Criticism; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 045155.

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        GA aus halber Vogelschau, mit Darstellung der Belagerung 1602, " Wahrhaffte vnd Gründliche Conterfactur / der Königlichen Hauptstatt Ofen sampt der gegenüber-ligenden Vestung Pest in Ungern / Welche beyde Ort/ disses lauffende 1602, Jar/ von den Christen belägert ... Amen".

      . Kupferstich, darunter Typentext b. Siebmacher ?, 1602, 21,5 x 28. Sehr seltener Einblattdruck. Drugulin, Nr. 1090; Fauser, Nr. 2095. Siehe auch Rozsa György, Budapest Regi Latkepei, Blatt 42/a App. m. 335;. Exemplarnachweis in Unibibliothek Frankfurt am Main. - Der Kupferstich zeigt die Belagerung von Budapest im Jahr 1602. Größe der Ansicht: 15,5 x 25,5, darunter 7 Zeilen in Typentext umgeben von einer Bordüre. In der Abbildung Erklärungen von A - M. - Bis auf die Bordüre beschnitten, im Passepartout "freigestellt" un d dekorativ gerahmt.

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        Le relationi universali . . ., divise in quattro parti . . . Nuovamente ristampate, & corrette.Venice, Nicolo Polo & Comp., 1602. 4 parts in 1 volume. 4to. General title-page and 3 part-titles, all 4 with the same woodcut device (sun in scrollwork cartouche), 4 folding engraved maps (ca. 25×18.5 cm) showing Europe, Asia (including Japan), Africa and the Americas, by Girolamo Porro. Contemporary limp sheepskin parchment.

      Alt-Japan-Katalog 212; Sabin 6805; cf. Borba de Moraes, pp. 113-114 (other eds.); for the maps: Burden 86. Corrected 1602 edition, in the original Italian, of a pioneering physical, political and even economic geography of the known world, the most extensive of three landmark publications in the development of Western thought written by Giovanni Botero (1544-1617). Botero is now recognized as one of the greatest economists of his time. In some ways he even anticipated Malthus, predicting that the European population would outgrow its food supply, and paved the way for Humboldt's scientific approach to studying the world as a whole. His present geography enjoyed great fame and influence, in part through translations into almost every European language, and it remained the leading geography of the world for more than a century.The four maps of the continents by Girolamo Porro (with North and South America together) were probably an optional extra, so many copies do not include them. With an early owner's inscription struck through on title-page. With mostly marginal worm holes in five quires of part 3, occasionally affecting a few letters of the text, and some faint stains on the title-page, but otherwise in very good condition. Binding slightly rubbed, ties gone.

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        Claudii et Traiani Impp Admirabilium Portuum Ostiensium Orthographia........

      Rom 1602. Karte zeigt die Stadt Ostia am Thyrrhenischen Meer aus der Vogelschau, Nach Lafreri, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 29,5 x 51,5. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

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        Kst.- Karte, aus Langenes/ Bertius "Caert Thresoor" bei Nicolai in Amsterdam, "Cyprus".

      . 1602, 8,5 x 12,2. Krogt, Koemans Atlantes Neerlandici, Bd. III, lateinische Ausgabe 1602 oder 1606; Zacharakis, Nr. 1221; Stylianou, Nr. Nr-94 ( Pagenumber 562 und Abb. S. 287. . - Seltene kleine Karte, allerdings ist Stylianou auch nicht ganz eindeutig, denn die Ausgabe 1602 besitzt die gleiche Seitennummer.

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        Eirenarcha, or of the Office of the Iustices of the Peace, In Foure Bookes. Revised, Corrected, and Enlarged, In the Fourth Yeare of the Peaceable Raigne of Our Most Gracious Queene Elizabeth - [Bound with] The Duties of Constables, Borsholders, Tythingmen, And Such Other Lowe and Lay Ministers of the Peace. Whereunto be Adioyned, the Severall Offices of Church Ministers and Churchwardens, and Overseers for the Poore, Surveighours of the Highwaies, and Distributors of the Provision Against Noysome Fowle and Vermine. And Now Enlarged

      London: Thomas Wright, 1602 - William Lambarde (1536-1601) was an antiquary and lawyer, who, among his many accomplishments, compiled the earliest county history, THE PERAMBULATION OF KENT (1576). His appointment as a justice of the peace for Kent in 1578, provided Lambarde with the background of experience which led to the present work; and it has long been regarded as the standard authority on the subject It is of great value not only for the study of criminal procedure in Elizabethan England; along with its companion, THE DUTIES OF CONSTABLES, it offers also a window into the society and mores of the age of Shakespeare and his Constable Dogbody. "He [Lambarde] praised English justice, but was sharply critical of the shortcomings of the juries, which had led government to circumvent them through such agencies as Star Chamber, and thus curtail liberty. Extolling the blessings of peace and deploring the disorders attendant on war, he showed a dislike of foreigners and inveighed, among other things, against ale houses, vagabonds, and engrossers, but he made little reference to national problems and none to felony or murder." (ODNB) Both EIRENARCHA and THE DUTIES OF CONSTABLES, were continually reprinted, updated and expanded, and the two are frequently found bound together. "Editions of this [i.e., THE DUTIES] are generally bound with editions of the Eirenarcha that are roughly contemporary, but not necessarily of the same year" (STC) Later edition of Eirenarcha (first published 1581); later edition of The Duties (first published 1583). 2 works bound in one volume vols., Small thick 8vo. Eirenarcha: [2], 201, 222-589, [85]; Duties: 80 pp. Eighteenth- century calf, red leather spine label; rebacked, with original spine laid down; joints cracked, with some chipping and loss to foot of spine. Beale T 387; STC 15170, ESTC S108202; STC 15154, ESTC S103925 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Magna Charta, Cum Statutis, Tum, antiquis, tum recentibus,

      London: Thomas Wight, 1602. London: Thomas Wight, 1602. Small 8vo., (vi)258pp., black letter, with the original blank endleaves. Bound in full contemporary full paneled calf over cords, gilt leather spine label chipped, head and foot of spine worn with some loss, front hinge cracked but cover attached by cords, internally clean and bright. STC 9283 First printed by Pynson in 1508. In 1553 Tottel was granted an exclusive patent to print all "duly authorized books on the common law", and during the next 40 years he became the foremost British legal publisher. His last edition of "Magna Charta" appeared in 1587. This is the first 17th century edition, and the first by a printer other than Tottel for nearly half a century. Only 3 copies of this printing have appeared at auction in the last 35 years.

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        THE WORKES of our Ancient and learned English Poet GEFFREY 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 proverbs 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 Iacke Upland, against Friers: and Chaucers A.B.C. called La Priere de nostre Dame, at this Impression added

      London: Adam Islip, 1602. London: Adam Islip, 1602. Hardcover. Good. Titlepage bordered with figures of Justice etc. + Coat of Arms near full page + woodcut of mounted knight at beginning of Knight's Tale but Lacks portrait of Chaucer with his Progenie. Folio 320x210mm early 19th century calf, edge panels & inner fleurons gilt, rebacked with original label & 3 gilt spine compartments laid on (tips worn, leather rubbed & marked), All Edges Gilt, [23 of 24] folios (lacking progenie portrait) + 376 ff + 13 ff of explanatory indexes + 1 folio errata. Collated complete except for portrait folio. Black Letter English text throughout. Coat of arms bookplate Edward Micholls Henriques [1837-1901], first 4 folios a little foxed at edges, otherwise beautifully clean & crisp with good margins throughout. *A considerably revised edition where Speght had help from Francis Thynne. "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 catalogue). Of two hitherto unprinted pieces added to this edition, the 'Treatise called Jack Upland' is non-Chaucerian but the ABC is considered genuine (STC 5080 Pforzheimer 178).

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        The Dueties of Constables, Borsholders, Tythingmen, and such other lowe and Lay Ministers of the Peace

      London: Thomas Wright, 1602. Thomas Wright; London; 1602. Beautiful modern binding in period style, consisting of gilt embossed title on front board, marble endpapers and all edge gilt. Inscribed "Siegfried Sassoon 1904" on endpaper.  Siegfried Sassoon was a prominent English poet, writer and soldier. Binding is tight, pages are predominately clean.  Overall a very good copy from a prominent man of letters.

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        Chronique de Savoye. Exctraite pour la pluspart de l'histoire de M. Guillaume Paradin. Troisième édition, enrichie & augmentée en divers endroits & continuée jusqu'à la paix de l'an 1601.

      (Lyon), Jean de Tournes 1602 - In-folio [210 x 335 mm]. Collation : (8), 468, (12) pp., 2 planches hors-texte. Veau brun, dos à nerfs orné, encadrements sur les plats. (Reliure de l'époque.) Edition la plus complète. Elle est illustrée de très nombreux bois gravés d'héraldiques dans le texte, dont les armes de Savoie à pleine page et deux planches hors-texte sur double page montrant la généalogie de la maison de Savoie. Additions et corrections sont tirés de Van der Bursh, Pingon, Taboué, etc. La continuation de l'ouvrage jusqu'en 1601, de même que la révision du texte de Paradin, est due à Jean de Tournes. "Cette histoire de la maison de Savoie contient une des premières descriptions des Alpes et de ses "glaces prodigieuses." Perret, Guide des livres sur la montagne et l'alpinisme 3286. Cartier, Biblio. des éditions des de Tournes 713 : "Le texte de la présente édition offre de très notables augmentations." Reliure habilement restaurée. Bel exemplaire. // You can browse all my books on

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        Veraet Genuina, Sed Brevis Tamen Et Compendiaria Designatio Insularum, Civitatum, Locorumque Aliorum ..Heac Narratio Figuris sev schematibus..T.De Bry

      Frankfurt am Main 1602. Reisebeschreibung von Theodor De Bry über Südamerika, Rio de Janeiro und Borneo, Prachtvolle fürstliche Ausgabe mit Gold erhöht, sehr selten, Preis auf Anfrage, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 34,5 x 48. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

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        Caesar Baronius Soranus Tit. SS. Nerelet Achillei Card...

      1602. Copper engraving: 21,5 x 34 cm. Portrait of Cardinal Cesare Baronio (Caesar Baronius; Sora 1538-1607 Rome) at his writting desk, surrounded by books, copper engraving, letters etc. In the background view of the Church of Sts Nereus and Achilleus, which was restored by Baronio in 1597. Baronio is best known for his Annales Ecclesiastici, a history of the first 12 centuries of the Christian Church, published between 1588 and 1607. In a good condition, with hardly noticeable foxing.

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        Hieroglyphica, Seu de Sacris Aegyptiorum, Aliarumque Gentium Literis Commentarii

      Paul Frelon 1602 - B00AEWIQ82 In Latin. 1602 Sumptibus Pauli Frelon (Lyon, France), massive 9 5/8 x 15 1/4 inches tall x 2 1/2 inches thick hardbound, green marbled boards over white leather spine, four raised bands and gilt-lettered crimson leather label to spine, numerous woodcut engravings throughout the text, [14], 644,p [44], 47, [2] pp. Lacking original blank endpapers, but otherwise complete. Boards are rubbed, stained and edgeworn. Staining/charring to upper fore page edges, with minimal staining to the effected margins. Paper repairs to margins of title page, which is soiled, foxed and ink-marked, with a one-inch closed tear toward the top of the page. About a dozen other pages have paper repairs, mostly to fore margins/edges. Occasional dampstaining, browning and foxing, especially to margins, throughout, with a few pages darkened but nonetheless quite legible. Altogether, a nicely preserved early edition of the first Renaissance dictionary of symbols and hieroglyphs, written by Italian Renaissance humanist Piero Valeriano Bolzani (1477-1558) during a frenzy of popularity surrounding the rediscovered 'Hieroglyphica' of Horapollo. Also includes Valeriano's 'Sacerdotum Barbis,' a witty, 48-page defense of the growing of beards by ecclesiastical dignitaries, described as one of the first full western works on beards. Note that this is a heavy, oversized volume, so contact us for overseas or priority shipping rates. ~J~ 'Hieroglyphica' was something of a forerunner to European emblem books, as European studies of the era assumed that Egyptian hieroglyphs were emblems, and imaginatively interpreted them accordingly. In fact, as Mario Praz has pointed out, in this period emblems were normally seen as the modern equivalents of sacred Egyptian signs. Valeriano's work therefore includes not only hieroglyphs and emblems, but also elements drawn from classical Greek myth, the Latin Cabala, hermeticism and the Christian religion. Valeriano was born in Belluno, in northern Italy, in 1477. His family was poor, and he did not learn to read until age 15. An uncle invited him to Venice, but he instead went into the service of a noble for support, and was tutored in various languages by Giorgio Valla and introduced by his uncle to Aldus Manutius. Valeriano travelled to Rome in 1509 and was introduced to Cardinal Giovanni de?Medici, later Pope Leo X. After gaining the favor and protection of the Medici family, Valeriano took holy orders and remained connected to the major humanists of the time. He published several works during this time and was a tutor to the Medici family, but in the late 1530s Valeriano returned to his home town of Belluno and later published two works on mythology: 'Amorum quinque' (1549),and 'Hieroglyphica,' the first edition of which was printed in Basel, Switzerland, two years before the death of its author, and was very popular. It was reprinted in Latin seven times before the late sixteenth century and also translated into French and Italian, reissued some 34 times before the nineteenth century. It contains an amazing collection of unattributed woodcuts illustrating Valeriano's text, many of which were quite strange and show that the Renaissance humanists' interests could still be piqued by the old medieval curiosities and explanations of the unknown. The text of Horapollo's 'Hieroglyphica' consists of two books, containing a total of 189 explanations of Egyptian hieroglyphs. The books profess to be a translation from an Egyptian original into Greek by a certain Philippus, of whom nothing is known. The inferior Greek of the translation, and the character of the additions in the second book point to its being of late date; some have even assigned it to the eleventh century. The text was discovered in 1419 on the island of Andros, and was taken to Florence by Cristoforo Buondelmonti. By the end of the fifteenth century, the text became immensely popular among humanists, with a first printed edition of the text appearing in 1505, t [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De perfectione religiosa. Libri Quatuor.

      Cologne, Balthasarum Clypeum, 1602.. In-12, peau de truie estampee a froid sur ais de bois (rel de l'epoque), filets et roulettes d'encadrement, lettres FIK et la date 1603 poussees sur le premier plat, dos a nerfs, piece de titre post., tranches leg. bleutees, un fermoir en laiton conserve, (16) p., 2 f. bl., 405 p., dernier f. bl. (quelques mouillures claires uniformes). Premiere edition latine, publiee a Cologne, un des centres de la catholicite en Allemagne. L'ouvrage fut reimprime l'annee suivante (1603) a Cologne puis en 1604 a Mainz (Mayence). Luc Pinelli entra dans la Compagnie de Jesus en 1562 et enseigna la theologie a Ingolstadt et Pont-a-Mousson. Il fut recteur a Florence, Perouse et Palerme avant de mourir a Naples en 1607. Ses ecrits connurent un grand succes a travers toute l'Europe. (De Backer, I, 574). Cachet d'une institution religieuse et ex-libris manuscrit de l'epoque sur le titre. Tres bon exemplaire, dans une jolie reliure allemande en peau de truie estampee de l'epoque, datee 1603 et monogrammee..

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        "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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      Mexico: Henrico Martinez, [1602].. Mexico: Henrico Martinez, [1602].. Broadside, 17 x 12 1/4 inches. 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. MEDINA MEXICO 205.

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      . Salisburgensis iurisdictionis, locorumq. vicinorum vera descriptio auctore Marco Secznagel Salisburgense. Kupferstich - Karte nach Marcus Secznagel aus Ortelius "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" Antwerpen 1602, 38,5 x 46,5 cm - wir garantieren für die Echtheit. Schaup 1.1.2 - V. d. Broecke 108.1 - Koeman III, 2720:31B. - Mit Rollwerkkartusche. - Schönes Blatt!

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        Hieroglyphica, Seu de Sacris Aegyptiorum, Aliarumque Gentium Literis Commentarii

      Lyon: Paul Frelon, 1602. Lyon: Paul Frelon, 1602. Early Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Early Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Rebound in modern calf with the original boards preserved, endpapers added, paper repairs to the edges of the title page. 1602 edition of the first Renaissance dictionary of symbols written under the influence of the rediscovered Hieroglyphica of Horapolla, itself a work of scattered and questionable scholarship. (14), 644, (44), 47, (2), blank. Lacking front blank, otherwise complete with engraved woodcuts of symbols, scenes, mythological beasts, gods, and geometric shapes, throughout. Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: Language & Linguistics; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 042357.

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        Colloquium, oder Gespräch, von der Richtschnür christlicher Lehr, und dem Richter aller Stritt und Zwispalt in Religions- und Glaubenssachen: Auff sonderbare Anordnung [...] gehalten zu Regenspurg im Monat Novembri, im Jahr Christi 1601.

      Lauingen, Jakob Winter für Hans Georg Portenbach in Augsburg, 1602.. 638, (2) SS. Titel in rot und schwarz. Grün eingefärbter Pergamentskriptband der Zeit unter Verwendung einer Antiqua-Handschrift des 15. Jahrhunderts. Bindebänder fehlen. 4to.. Einer von zwei Drucken im selben Jahr. Der Jesuit Georg Gaugler nahm an den Regensburger Religionsgesprächen teil, welche er hier ausführlich in deutscher Sprache protokolliert. - Einband berieben; Ecken und Kapitale bestoßen. Etwas gebräunt und fleckig; die Ecken teils mit Quetschfalten. Aus der Bibliothek der Wiener Unbeschuhten Augustiner mit deren hs. Besitzvermerk (um 1730) am Titel und dem hs. Signaturetikett am Rücken. - VD 17, 12:114215L. De Backer/Sommervogel III, 1272, 1. Bucher 359 (beide ohne Variantenunterscheidung).

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        Opera omnia. Duobus voluminibus comprehensa, quorum syllabus pagina post vitam authoris ulima exhibetur. 2 Bände. Rotterdam, Leers 1686. Fol. 44 Bll., 803 S., 26 S.; 5 Bll., 940 (recte 936) S., 30 Bll., mit gestoch. Titel von Mulber, 1 gestoch. Porträt, 1 (dplblgr. gefalt.) Kupferstichkarte und 2 (dplblgr. gefalt.) Kupferstichplänen sowie Kupferstichkarte im Text, Prgt. d. Zt. mit blindgepr. Deckelvign.

      . . Graesse IV, 209 - Fürst II, 249 - Lowndes 1359: "The writings of Dr. Lightfood are an invaluable treasure to the biblical student." - Wetzer-W. VII, 2022: "In Lightfoods Kommentaren werden aus den rabbinischen Schriften und dem Talmud die jüdischen Gebräuche, Sitten, Redensarten u. dgl. zum Behufe des Verständnisses der Bibel erläutert, so daß sie noch heute als exegetische Fundgruben dienen können." - Erste lateinische Gesamtausgabe der Werke des englischen Orientalisten Lightfoot (1602-1675).- Das Frontispiz 1687 datiert; Porträt des Verfassers; Karte des Landes Kanaan (Laor 444) und Karte im Text mit See Genezareth; Pläne von Jerusalem (Laor 1068) und dem Jerusalemer Tempelbezirk.- Jerusalemplan und folgendes Textbl. mit kleinem Einriß und Loch, Ränder tlw. gebräunt, minimal fleckig, Gelenke von Bd. I oben eingerissen und Kapitale defekt, Ebd. etw. fleckig.- Gestoch. Wappen-Exlibris von Sir William D. Geddes am Innendeckel.# First Latin complete edition of works of the English Orientalists John Lightfoot (1602-1675) in 2 volumes.- With engraved added title-page by Mulber, engraved portrait of Lightfoot, and folding maps of the Holy Land and the Temple of Jerusalem. Contemporary blind-stamped Duch vellum.-

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        Russiae, Moscoviae et Tartariae Descriptio Auctore Antonio Ienkensono Anglo edita Londini 1562 & dedicata illustriss D. Henrico Sydneo Wallie presidi. Altkolorierte Kupferstich-Karte.

      Antwerpen, 1602.. 35,5 x 44 cm.. - v.d.Broecke, Ortelius 162 /// Aus Ortelius 'Theatrum Orbis Terrarum'. Diese Karte wurde von Franz Hogenberg gestochen nach einer Zeichnung (1562) von Anthony Jenkinson von 'The English Muscovy Company'. Jenkinson reiste nach Bukhara in 1557-59 und nach Russland noch dreimal hiernach, aber nur einmal nach Asien (bis nach Persien) weiter auf einer von diesen Reisen. Die Vignetten sind auf Marco Polos Reisen basiert und zeigt mythologische Szenen, Kostümen und Tiere.

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        Document signed ("Mansfelt").

      Luxembourg, 12. I. 1602.. Folio. 1 p.. In German, writing as "Peter Ernst fürst und graff zu Mansvelt, ritter vom orden, stadt rath etc. gubernator und obrister hauptman im hertzogthumb Letzemburgk und graueschafft Chiny", to the Liege nobleman Martin von Giltingen, Herr zu Ouren. A mandate to collect funds past due for the payment of the garrisons and to hand them over to the head accountant or his staff: "Ehrenuest besondere liebe, nachdem ihre hoch etc. durchlaucht unßbeuohlen den dritten termin der schatzungk welcher beraits zu nechstuerlitten Christagen erfallen uffheben zu lassen gestalt die ordinari garnisonen darauß zu bezalen und dan enweret underthanen quott von wegen achtzig sechs vor endeß feuirr uff neunzigh zwen car. gulden neun stüber belauffet, eß unser beuelch daß ihr solches gelt alß gleich uffhebet und Gililssen Bounet ihrer durchlauchtigen rath und rentenmeisteren general der schatzungk oder dessen committirtten zeige. Uff seine quittungk uberliebert undt wollet darhan nit seumingk sein, bey pein realischer execution nach verzehen tag von uberlieberungk dieses und solle diese uffhebungk uff den fueß des denombrenebts vom iair 1589 geschehen [...]". - Some staining from sealing wax. Loss to lower right corner (not touching text); rebacked with old paper in the 19th century; pencil notes by a 19th century collector. Provenance: Otto August Schulz, Leipzig.

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau ('Gründtlicher Abriß der Statt Bamberg').

      . Kupferstich v. Dietrich Bang n. Petrus Zweidler von Teuschnitz, 1602, 41,5 x 54 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Heller, 135. - Obere rechte Hälfte vom bambergischen Stadtplan nach Petrus Zweidler der von 4 Platten gedruckt worden ist. - Sehr selten.

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        Declin de la maison de Charlemagne. Faisant la suitte des antiquitez francoises: Contenant les faicts de Charles Le Chauve & ses successeurs, Depuis l'an 840 jusques a l'an 987 de Jesus Christ et entree du regne de Hugues Capet.

      Paris, Jeremie Perier 1602.. Kl.-8°. (8), 322, (2) S. Pergamentband d. Zt. (Rücken stärker beschädigt). , fester Einband. Erste Ausgabe des postum erschienenen, tatsächlich den vierten Teil von Fauchets (1530-1602) Geschichtswerk "Les Antiquitez gauloises et francoises" 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 annees 1599, 1601 et 1602. Nous possedons donc un seul texte imprime des livres III a XII, mais deux textes des livres I et II, qui revelent certaines differences faciles a enumerer" (J. G. Espiner-Scott). Das vom Verleger Jeremie Perier 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 Siecle), 9834. Bankverbindung in Deutschland vorhanden.

      [Bookseller: Buch + Kunst + hommagerie Sabine Koitka]
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        Parnassus Poeticus Nicolao Nomeseio Charmensi Lotharingo Auctore: In quo Phrases omnes Poeticae, ex illustribus Poetis collectae... 2 Bände in einem.

      Coloniae (Köln), Bertram Bucholz Sumptib. Ioannis Honthemij, 1602.. Titel mit Holzschnitt-Vignette, 551 S. und 422 S. Appendix: Sacra Poesis. 51 S. 24 Bl. Index u. Errata. Mit einigen Holzschnittvignetten. Kl.-8°, blindgepräger Orig.-Pergan'menteinband mir 2 Metallschließen.. Stempel und alte hs. Einträge auf Vorsatz und Titel, Einband gering, die letzten Seiten stärker braunfleckig. Gutes Exemplar der frühen Ausgabe, die ein Jahr nach der ersten Ausgabe (Mailand, 1601) in Köln gedruckt wurde. Bei Bestellungen gegen offene Rechnung bitte Telefonnummer angeben. Danke!

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        Salisburgensis iurisdictionis, locorumq. vicinorum vera descriptio auctore Marco Secznagel Salisburgense

      1602. Kupferstich, Blatt: 58,5 x 46,5 cm, Darstellung: 46 x 38 cm. Karte von Salzburg aus 'Theatrum Orbis Terrarum' von Abraham Ortelius, nach Marcus Secznagel (1520 - 1580). Mit drei schönen grossformatigen Rollwerkkartuschen. Erster Zustand der zweiten Version der Karte von Salzburg, herausgegeven ab 1592 bis 1641. Verso span. Text. Leicht gebräunt, ansonsten gut erhalten. - Van den Broecke 108.1. Map of Salzburg from 'Theatrum Orbis Terrarum' by Abraham Ortelius, engraved after a map by Marcus Secznagel (1520 - 1580), with decorative recent coloring and three large Renaissance cartouches. First state of the second version of the map of Salzburg by Ortelius, published between 1592 - 1641. Verso Spanish text. Slightly age-toned, otherwise in a good condition. Version with a damamged left upper part of the copper plate. - Van den Broecke 108.1.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor]
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        Scotiae Tabula

      Antwerpen, 1602. 35,5 : 47,7 cm.. van den Broecke 18/1602G11. - Original alt kolorierte Kupferstichkarte von Schottland von A. Ortelius. Mit einer großen Rollwerkkartusche, einem Segelschiff und einem Meeresungeheuer. Aus der deutschen Ausgabe des "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" von 1602. Die kartographische Quelle dieser Karte geht auf die von 8 Platten gedruckte Mercator Wandkarte der Britischen Insel aus dem Jahre 1564 zurück (Meurer p. 197). - Bugfalte hinterlegt, altersbedingt etwas gebräunt, gutes Exemplar in schönem Altkolorit. - Original old coloured map of Scotland by A. Ortelius. With one large cartouche, one sailing ship and a sea monster. From the 1602 German edition of "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum". Based on Mercator's 1564 wall map of the British Isles in 8 sheets (Meurer p. 197). - Centrefold backed, slightly age-toning, a good copy in original old colours.

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        Tractatus Astrologicus de Genethliacorum Thematum Judiciis pro singulis nati accidentibus. Ex Vetustis et optimis quibus[ue], auctoribus Industria Henrici Ranzovii, Producis Cimbrici Collectus, cum Indice duplici, capitum & rerum.

      Typis Wolffgangi Richteri impensis haeredum Petri Fischeri, Francofurti 1602 - Hardcover. Small octavo. 378pp. (+ xxx pp: index +Carmen Describens Genethliacum). Early seventeenth century (?) full leather binding. Brown calf with raised bands with gilt stamped leather title and elaborate gilt decorations between bands. Marbled endpapers. Three fold-out tables (two printed on both sides). Woodcut head and tail-pieces. Decorated title-page with small b/w medallion-style portrait of author on verso. An interesting, early printing - published only nine years after the first edition - of this important compilation of astrological texts by Heinrich Rantzau (1526-98), the German humanist, author and statesman. The book was first published in Frankfurt in 1593, then Oldenburg in 1594, and as far as we can determine this printing (Frankfurt 1602) was its third edition. (Gardner 1069). Boards worn, slight loss at top of spine, bottom of spine chafed, fold-out tables worn & chipped around edges (but complete), worming to bottom-corners of pages 145 to176 (with loss, slightly affecting text), lesser worming (small holes) to bottom-margins of pages 191 to 216, occasional browning throughout. Creases turning to tears in folds of the diagrams. Early previous owner's names on title page, and a few inoffensive pen annotations. Still a solid, complete and handsome copy, VG by antiquarian standards. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Weiser Antiquarian Books, Inc.]
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        Regola delli cinque ordini d'architettura. Con la nuua agionta di Michelangelo Buonaroti.

      Rom, Henricus van Schoel, (Ca. 1602-22).. (49 x 26 cm). Mit gestochenem Titel (mit Portrait), gestochener Widmung und 42 Kupfertafeln. Moderner Halbpergamentband im Stil der Zeit.. Seltene italienische Ausgabe seines literarischen Hauptwerkes, vermutlich von den Platten der ersten Ausgabe mit veränderten Verlagsangaben abgedruckt und um 10 Tafeln vermehrt. - In seinem 1562 erstmals erschienenen architekturtheoretischen Lehrbuch "Regeln der fünf Ordnungen der Architektur" bemüht sich Vignola "architektonische Gliederungselemente in einer festen Wechselbeziehung von Zahlen zu normieren". - Leicht angestaubt. Stempel auf Titel. Durchgängig etwas fingerfleckig. Stellenweise mit kleinem Fleckenrand. Titel und vier Tafeln mit fachmännisch hinterlegten Rändern. Insgesamt gut erhalten

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        Brief mit eigenhändiger Unterschrift u. Ringsiegel

      O.O. [Nördlingen?], 24. Juli 1602. Dt. Handschrift auf Papier (Wasserzeichen: Schlange um Szepter), 1 S. auf 1 Bl., c. 30,2 × 18,7 cm, minimal angestaubt. An den Stadtschreiber von Bopfingen, Balthasar Enßlin (1552-1611), dem er in aller Eile verschiedene, von diesem erbetene Konzeptschreiben überschickt. - Sehr seltenes Autograph! - Sebastian Röttinger (1537-1608) war Doktor beider Rechte, Ratsadvokat und Bürgermeister der Reichstadt Nördlingen sowie Consulent der Fränkischen und Schwäbischen Reichsritterschaft und erlangte als einer der grausamsten deutschen Hexenjäger weit über die Grenze seiner süddeutschen Heimat hinaus traurige Berühmtheit. Er war Protagonist einer der aufsehenerregendsten und blutigsten Hexenjagden der deutschen Geschichte. Bereits im 15. Jahrhundert hatte Nördlingen als erste süddeutsche Stadt einen Hexenprozeß angestrengt; ein weiterer Fall ist 1534 belegt: Doch erst mit der Krise des ausgehenden 16. Jahrhunderts sollte es zu einer regelrechten Verfolgungswelle in Nördlingen kommen, die weitgehend unter der Regie von Röttinger stattfand. Von 1589 bis 1598 wurde einer Vielzahl von vermeintlichen Hexen der Prozess gemacht: 34 Frauen und ein Mann endeten auf dem Scheiterhaufen. Die nüchterne Grausamkeit der Hexenprozesse wird an der Person Röttingers besonders deutlich. Es waren vielfach eben nicht ungebildete Bauern oder Handwerker oder fanatische Priester, sondern Gelehrte wie Röttinger, die die Prozesse vorantrieben. Röttinger hatte im In- und Ausland studiert, war Doktor des weltlichen und des Kirchenrechts. Gleichwohl bereiteten schwerste Folterungen und Verbrennungen seinem sachlich-nüchternen Juristenverstand keine Probleme. Die Ereignisse von Nördlingen zählen zu den spektakulärsten und "idealtypischen" Zeugnissen des deutschen Hexenwahns und sind in zahlreichen überlieferten Protokollen auch gut dokumentiert. Nördlingen war eine protestantische freie Reichsstadt und verfügte damit über die volle Gerichtsbarkeit, was eine wichtige Vorbedingung für das Ausmaß des Massakers war. Es waren in der Neuzeit hierzulande (aber auch bspw. in den USA - man denke an die Vorgänge um Cotton Mather in Salem, die durch Arthur Miller Crucible weltbekannt wurden) gerade die protestantischen Territorien, die die blutigsten Hexenjagden veranstalteten, während die katholische Kirche (mit Ausnahme der iberischen Inquisition) und insbesondere die römische Inquisition verhältnismäßig gemäßigt blieben. Bezeichnenderweise war es ein katholischer Priester, der Jesuit und Hexenanwalt Friedrich Spee, der im mittleren 17. Jahrhundert mit seiner Cautio criminalis zum allmählichen Abflauen des deutschen Hexenwahns beitrug. - Lit.: Wolfgang Behringer: Hexenverfolgung in Bayern. Volksmagie, Glaubenseifer und Staatsräson in der Frühen Neuzeit, München 3 1997; Gloria Rüdel-Eschbaumer: Der Hexenprozeß Maria Holl. Mit Originalprotokollen aus dem Stadtarchiv Nördlingen von Jahre 1593/94, Nördlingen 1998; Dietmar-H. Voges: Nördlinger Hexenprozesse. Gesichtspunkte ihrer historischen Bewertung, in: Ders.: Nördlingen seit der Reformation. Aus dem Leben einer Stadt, München 1998, 46-88.

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