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2019-02-02 00:14:46
FABRIZIO, Girolamo (Hieronymous Fabricius ab Aquapendente).
Second edition, but the first in folio. The De locutione examines the organs of speech, illustrated by a "cut-away" view of the human ear and throat. It is the earliest separate work on the physiology of human speech, and deals with the physiological elements of articulation and voice production. The first edition was published in 1601 as a quarto and is extremely rare. The format was enlarged to folio for this edition probably to comply with other works being published by Fabrizio as his monumental Totius animalis fabricae theatrum, which was never completed. The present work was issued with his De formato foetu (1604), De venarum osteolis (1603) and De brutorum loquela (1603), which were also issued separately as Fabrizio makes clear in the dedication to the De venarum osteolis. All of these works are finely printed folios with beautiful engraved plates. The same sheets were reissued, without title-pages but with one additional tract, in 1625. Norman catalogue 749 (this copy).
Bookseller: Nigel Phillips [UK]
2019-02-01 17:20:33
BOVARINI, Leandro
In Perugia, per Vincenzo Colombara, 1603. In 8vo (cm. 15); buona legatura in pergamena molle di epoca successiva; pp. 47, (1); stemma del card. Bevilacqua legato di Perugia al front.; emblema a piena pagina a p. 6, grande marca tipografica in fine. Mancanza ad un angolo a p. 25 con mancanza della sola lettera. Axs
Bookseller: Libreria Bongiorno Paolo [IT]
2019-02-01 10:06:37
Sansovino Francesco
appresso Alessandro De Vecchi, 1603. In-4° (210x148mm), pp. (12), 442, cartonatura posteriore decorata. Titolo manoscritto su tassello cartaceo al dorso. Impresa tipografica al titolo con fiori entro cornice figurata e motto "Dabo omnibus gratum odorem". Capilettera xilografici, 100 eleganti xilografie a un terzo di pagina intercalate n.t. Antica nota di possesso al titolo ("August Dageraht. Can. Stae Crucis Hildesiens"). Ex-libris. Restauri abili a cuffie e cerniere. Buon esemplare. Reimpressione secentesca veneziana, riveduta e corretta, di questa raccolta di novelle del Sansovino (la prima edizione era apparsa nel 1561). Al Boccacco il Sansovino rende omaggio sin dalla cornice dell'opera, ripartita in dieci giornate, ognuna delle quali comprendente dieci novelle; le fonti, oltre al detto Boccaccio, sono varie raccolte novellistiche precedenti, a detta dell'autore "da me rassettate e racconcie nella lingua". Il Sansovino (Roma, 1521-Venezia, 1583), figlio del sommo architetto e scultore Iacopo Tatti, detto appunto il Sansovino, non seguì le orme artistiche del padre, preferendo volgersi ad una fluviale attività di poligrafo. Cfr. Gamba, Testi di lingua, 2728 "...tiene il posto di onore in una raccolta di Novellatori". Gamba, Novellieri italiani in prosa, p. 545. Passano, Novellieri Italiani, I, p. 545. Harvard Library, Catalogue of Italian Books, 461. Italiano
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert [IT]
2019-02-01 01:59:59
Artikeldetails New Reformierte Landts-Ordnung der Fürstlichen Grafschafft Tyrol, wie die auß Landts-Fürstlichem Befelch, im Jahr 1603. Jahr, umbgedruckt worden. [TIROL] - Innsbruck, Daniel Paur 1603. 2 Tle. in 1 Bd. 4°. 6 nn. Bll., Blatt 1-46, 52-59, 62-146, 30 nn. Bll. (Register); 29 num. Blatt. Mit ganzseit. Titelholzschnitt. Ldr. d. Zt. Bestell-Nr: 0397-13 Bemerkungen: Waldner, Tiroler Buchdrucker 91 - Der Titelholzschnitt zeigt das Porträt von Erzherzog Ferdinand mit Wappen und figürlicher Umrahmung. Es fehlen 7 Blatt und die Tafel mit den Maßeinheiten. Das Titelblatt am oberen rechten Rand mit Facsimile auf altem Papier fachmännisch angerandet. Das letzte Blatt des Registers mit alter Unterlegung und geringem Textverlust. Einige wenige Bll. mit alten Tintenklecksen. Sonst durchwegs sauber und mit kräftigem Druck. Der Einband am unteren Rücken (ca. 4 cm.) geschickt restauriert. - Angebunden: Fürstlicher Durchleuchtikeit Ertz-Hertzog Ferdinanden zu Oesterreich [...]Ordnung und Reformation Gueter Policey in ihrer Durchleuchtigkeit Fürstlichen Graffschafft Tyrol. Schlagworte: Austriaca, Tirol, Juridica u. StaatswissenschaftenEUR 707,79 (inkl. 10,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-01-10).
Bookseller: Burgverlag Rare Books and Prints [Wien, AT]
2019-02-01 00:13:56
Asia, Generalmap, anno 1603, Ortelius A., original colours Coppermap, Ortelius Abraham, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, Antwerpen, Vrients, 1603, 13 latin edition, contemporary full colours, some browning, some defects outside of the engraved surface, partly restored: "ASIA NOVA DESCRIPTIO", plate size: 376 x 489 mm., Reference: vdB Nr. 7. PLEASE ASK FOR MORE INFORMATIONS/PICTURES: Riedel-Petra@gmx.de Erstellt durch eBay Turbo ListerDas kostenlose Einstell-Tool. Stellen Sie Ihre Artikel schnell und bequem ein und verwalten Sie Ihre aktiven Angebote.
Bookseller: HAMMELBURGER ANTIQUARIAT [Hammelburg, DE]
2019-02-01 00:13:56
Italiae Novissima,anno 1603, Ortelius A., old colours Coppermap, edited by Ortelius Abraham, in Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, latin edition, anno 1603, some cracs on margins, the centerfold restored, contemporary colours. Plate size: 355x497 mm., Reference vdB Nr. 118 PLEASE ASK FOR MORE INFORMATIONS/PICTURES: Riedel-Petra@gmx.de Erstellt durch eBay Turbo Lister Das kostenlose Einstell-Tool. Stellen Sie Ihre Artikel schnell und bequem ein und verwalten Sie Ihre aktiven Angebote.
Bookseller: HAMMELBURGER ANTIQUARIAT [Hammelburg, DE]
2019-02-01 00:13:56
I 153 Coppermap, edited by Ortelius Abraham, in Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, latin edition, anno 1603, contemporary colours, some cracs on margins, restored centerfold, little brownish. Title: "LARII LACVS VVLGO | COMENSIS DESCRIPTIO, | AVCT. PAVIO JOVIO. | Excurrit Larius a Meridie in Sep:|tentrionem, pronior tamen in Oriente". [A depiction of lake Larius, vulgarly called Como by Paulus Iovius. The river Larius runs from South to North, or rather to the East]. (Top left:) "Museum P. | Iouij | Vbi olim Pli:|nij platanus fuit | eius epistolis cele|brata|Vico". [The library of Paulus Iovius, where once stood the plane tree of Plinius, famous from his letters]. (Left:) "Brandelli | arx. Luit | prandi regis | opus". [Brandellus castle, a work of king Luitprandus]. (Left:) "COMVM, duorum | Pliniorum pa:|tria" [Como, the native city of the two Plinies]. (Left top centre:) "Busbinius mons cum specula | et templo Deiparæ Virginis". [Mount Busbinius, with a watch tower and temple of the Virgin, equal to God.] (Top centre:) "In iugo huius prõ:|fuit villa Plinij | quã Tragediam | appellare solebat". [On the top of this cape was the mansion of Plinius, which he used to call by the name of Tragedia]. (Below top centre:) "Geßima regio Vi:|a subaustera iu:|cunditate celebris" [The region of Gessima, famous for its pleasant Southern wine]. (Top centre right:) "Hic candidi marmo:|ris fodinæ". [Here are quarries of white marble]. "Cultonius | ager genero|so vino celebris". [Cultonius fields, famous for its generous wine]. (Centre right:) "His montibus | niger marmor | excinditur". [In these moun … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HAMMELBURGER ANTIQUARIAT [Hammelburg, DE]
2019-02-01 00:13:56
Macedonis expeditio, Ortelius A., anno 1603 Copperengraving, edited by Abraham Ortelius, latin edition anno 1603, "ALEXANDRI MAGNI MACEDONIS EXPEDITIO." "IOVIS AMMONIS ORACULUM" Plate size 364 x 464 mm., contemporary coloured, cracked on margins, the surface of the map is in good condition. Reference vdB, Nr. 222: "numerous classical authors, specificalli Archelaus, Diogenes, Laertius, Plinius, Ptolemy, Diodorus, Plutarchus and Livius. The inset shows the oracle of Jupiter Amman, supposedly situated in present day Libya, where Alexander went to ask what would be the result of his expedition. He also expressed the desire to be buried there, but was eventually buried in Alexandria in Egypt. Ortelius derives his information on the oracle from Lucretius, Solinias, Ovidius, Lucanus and many others. He complains that more attention is paid by classical authors to Alexanders personal habits than to the regions and territories he conquered." Erstellt durch eBay Turbo ListerDas kostenlose Einstell-Tool. Stellen Sie Ihre Artikel schnell und bequem ein und verwalten Sie Ihre aktiven Angebote.
Bookseller: HAMMELBURGER ANTIQUARIAT [Hammelburg, DE]
2019-02-01 00:13:56
ORTELIUS:"Britannicarum",ancient map, anno 1603, contemporary co Copperengraving, edited by Abraham Ortelius, Theatrum orbis terrarum, latin edition anno 1603. the ancient generalmap of GB, plate size: 367 x 511 mm., contemporary coloured map, margins cracked, but the surface of the map is in good condition. Reference: vdB Nr. 192 PLEASE ASK FOR MORE PICTURES/INFORMATIONS: Riedel-Petra@gmx.de Erstellt durch eBay Turbo ListerDas kostenlose Einstell-Tool. Stellen Sie Ihre Artikel schnell und bequem ein und verwalten Sie Ihre aktiven Angebote.
Bookseller: HAMMELBURGER ANTIQUARIAT [Hammelburg, DE]
2019-02-01 00:13:56
Indian Ocean, Erythraei, anno 1603, Ortelius Abraham, old colour Coppermap, edited by Abraham Ortelius, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, latin edition anno 1603, plate size: 362 x 467 mm., contemporary coloured, some cracks on margins, but the surface of the map is in good condition. With inset map of eastern mediterranean. PLEASE ASK FOR MORE INFORMATIONS/PICTURES: Riedel-Petra@gmx.de Erstellt durch eBay Turbo ListerDas kostenlose Einstell-Tool. Stellen Sie Ihre Artikel schnell und bequem ein und verwalten Sie Ihre aktiven Angebote.
Bookseller: HAMMELBURGER ANTIQUARIAT [Hammelburg, DE]
2019-01-31 22:04:42
Ephraem Syrus [Ephräm od. Afrem von Syrien, d. Syrer] / Vossius, Gerardus [Gerhard Voss], Übers. u. Bearb.
Coloniae, Apud Arnoldum Quentelium / Köln, Arnold Quentelius 1603. Zweite (2.) vermehrte und verbesserte Auflage. 3 Teile in 1 Band (cpl.). Folio (35.5 x 23 x 8.5 cm). 8 Bll., XXI+I, 1 BL., 260 + 3 Bll., X, pp. 261-508 + 4 Bll., pp. 509-814 SS., 22 Bll. Titel in Rot und Schwarz. Gest. Portr.-Titelvignette (12.8 x 10.2 cm) zu Teil 1, Tle. 2 u. 3 mit ident. Titelvignetten (Jesusporträt im Profil); gest. Renaissance-Zierinitialen u. -Kapitel-Schlussvignetten. Gepr. Schweinsleder-Einband d.Zt. (min. bestossen u. berieben, Vorsätze etwas angeplatzt) mit 11 mm Holzdeckeln u. hs. Rückentitel. Schliessen fehlen ganz (Rückendeckel mit marginaler Fehlstelle im Bezug). Seiten lagenweise unterschiedlich gebräunt (Titelblätter u. anschliessende erste Lagen mehr), wenig fleckig. Alters-, Lagerungs- u. eher leichtere Gebrauchsspuren, Bibliotheksetikette mit Dublettenstempel a. fl.Bl. recto, hs. Sigel a. Titel. Gesamthaft weitgehend sauberes, recht gutes Exemplar - - VD17 1:053171V - Digitalis. in EROMM (f. BYU Library/Digital Collections); nahezu ident. Ausgabe Köln 1616 in e-rara u. BVB/BSB - Die Erstausgabe dieser Bearbeitung erschien in drei Bänden 1589, 1593 u. 1598 unter leicht abweichendem Titel: 'Operum omnium sancti Ephraem Syri [.]; Interprete & scholiaste r.d. doct. Gerardo Vossio' (Roma, Iacobi Tornerij, resp. ex Typographia [Apostolica] Vaticana; vgl. EDIT16) - Provenienz: Dublette der Stiftsbibliothek Einsiedeln (Sigel, Etikette u. Stempel) - Mit einer Biographie des hl. Ephraem von Symeon Metaphrastes (Teil 2, p. I-VI) -- Ephräm od. auch Afrem der Syrer, heiliger Kirchenlehr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Franz Kühne Antiquariat und Kunsthandel [Affoltern am Albis, Switzerland]
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2019-01-31 20:36:02
Jean PASSERAT
Rare meeting four older editions of Jean Passerat.Binding full brown calf galcé eighteenth. Backpacks ornate nerves. As an exhibit in brown morocco. Mors finely restored. Lace on cuts. Beautiful copy. Mamert Patisson Lutetiae (Paris) 1603 Pet. in-8 (10x15,2cm) (2f.) 77ff. (2f.) ; 12ff. ; 13ff. ; (2f.) 44ff. 4 parties en un volume relié
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2019-01-31 19:24:52
Santa Cruz, Miguel Jerónimo de.
En Sevilla : Por Bartholomè Gomez, Impressor de Libros : A costa de Melchior Gonçalez, Mercader de libros, 1603. [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo A. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type A. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type A].- // 1ª ed.- 4º, (205x148 mm).- [4], 236, [2] h.; sign.: 4, A-C8, D-Kkk4; 2 cuadros explicativos desplegables incluidos en la paginación, pero no en la secuencia de signaturas [el primero, h. 184, ausente de este ejemplar]; viñetas intercaladas.- // Encuadernación de época en pergamino; lomo con título rotulado a mano. Encuadernación con pie y puntas quebrados; cuerpo desprendido en la parte superior; papel tostado, especialmente en la primera parte; puntos de óxido y rastros de humedad; galerías desagradables, especialmente en punta inferior de la segunda mitad del libro y punta superior a partir de h. 190, afectando ocasionalmente, sin impedir la lectura.- // Proc.: Sin datos.- // Refs.: Fernandez de Navarrete, Maritima española, II, p. 501; Nicolas Antonio, Nova, II, p. 137; Palau, 297900; Picatoste, 750, da por buena 1594 sin verla; Smith, Rara Arithmetica, la desconoce; Ximeno, Valencia, I, p. 193. .- // Se dice que existe una edición madrileña de 1594 porque los ejemplares de esta edición sevillana y las de Madrid 1625 y 1643 llevan un privilegio de edición con esa fecha. Pero no hemos sido capaces de localizar en ninguna biblioteca del mundo ni … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Pamplona, NA, Spain]
2019-01-31 18:08:49
VIRGIL
I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. "If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell." ― Virgil, The Aeneid A rare, early 17th-century example of Virgil's 'The Aeneid.' 'The Aeneid' is one of Virgil's most important and well known works; an epic poem that tells the story of Aeneas, a Greco-Roman myth, and his travels. This work is considered one of the most important and best works of literature ever to be written. (Damen). Published in 1603, this Deuchino edition was supplemented with notes and commentary by Annibale Caro. According to Baretti, and 'The Italian Library', this edition of Virgil is the best edition and is the capital translation of 'The Aeneid'. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-01-31 17:04:50
PASSERAT
Lutetiae (Paris): PASSERAT Jean - Kalendae Januariae, & Varia quaedam Poëmatia [Ensemble] De caecitate oratio [Ensemble] Praefatiuncula in disputationem de ridiculis, quae est apud Ciceronem in libro secundo de Oratore [Ensemble] Le premier livre des poemes PASSERAT Jean Kalendae Januariae, & Varia quaedam Poëmatia [Ensemble] De caecitate oratio [Ensemble] Praefatiuncula in disputationem de ridiculis, quae est apud Ciceronem in libro secundo de Oratore [Ensemble] Le premier livre des poemes Mamert Patisson, Lutetiae (Paris) 1603, Pet. in-8 (10x15,2cm), (2f.) 77ff. (2f.) ; 12ff. ; 13ff. ; (2f.) 44ff., 4 parties en un volume relié. Réunion rare de quatre éditions anciennes de Jean Passerat, toutes imprimées par Robert Estienne, dont on reconnaît la marque en page de titre.Kalendae Januariae. 1603. Mamert Patisson. après l'édition originale de 1597.De caecitate oratio. 1597. Mamert Patisson. Edition originale.Praefatiuncula... 1595. Mamert Patisson. Edition originale.Le premier livre... 1602. Edition en partie originale augmentée de 7 nouveaux poèmes après celle de 1597 qui n'en contenait que 17.Reliure en plein veau brun glacé XVIIIe. Dos à nerfs richement orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin brun. Mors finement restaurés. Dentelle sur les coupes. Bel exemplaire.Le Premier livre des poèmes est le dernier ouvrage 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 particulièremen … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Gravures Feu Follet [FRA, FR]
2019-01-31 02:26:32
Plutarch (translated by Philemon Holland)
London: Arnold Hatfield, 1603. First English language edition. Folio (pages 315 x 208 mm) collating: [8], 1363, [1 blank], 62; complete excepting for the final errata leaf. Bound in late 17th century full calf, rabacked with the spine laid down. Marbled end papers (front end paper detached but present). Each owner's ink signature on the title page, early marginialia throughout. Final 23 leaves with a faint marginal dampstain. Overall a Very Good copy. "Plutarch's significance as a philosopher lies in his attempt to do justice to Plato's work as a whole, and to create a coherent philosophical system out of it" (Stanford Encyclopedia). A prolific writer, Plutarch's son Lamprias listed 227 works in the philosopher's oeuvre, although many of them have been lost to history (Russell). Standing centrally among those works that survive is The Philosophie, which collected and preserved a number of his writings on metaphysics, natural philosophy and science, theology, logic, art, and ethics. A number of those pieces included in The Philosophie focus on education and aesthetics. "Plutarch, following Plato, evaluates poetry from the point of view of ethical education. In this category belong the works On How the Young Man Should Listen to Poets and On the Education of Children" (Ziegler). Produced here for the first time in English, those who had not had access to Latin Grammar Schools could now read these classical works. An early owner, engaging actively with the text and in particular with Plutarch's works on education, left extensive annotations and marginalia in the copy, providin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books [USA]
2019-01-30 18:06:35
Diago, Francisco
Sebastian de Cormellas al Call. BARCELONA, 1603. 30 x 21 cm. 8 h. + 318 fol. +10 h. Portada impresa a doble tinta. Capitales y viñetas. Texto a doble columna con apostillas al margen. Encuadernación en pleno pergamino S. XX . Estado de conservación Muy bueno. (Palau 71630) [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LLIBRERIA RODES [BARCELONA, Spain]
2019-01-30 11:06:43
JYDSKE LOV - THE LOW GERMAN EDITION 1603.
Sleswig (Flensburg ?), no printer, 1603. Small 4to. Old full marbled calf. Raised bands. Richly gilt spine. Titlelabel with gilt lettering. Some repairs to spine ends. Spine a bit rubbed. Front free endpaper gone. Title-page printed in red and black. (136) + (96) leaves. With the engraved danish Coat of Arms on verso of title-page and f 2 with the engraved portrait of King Christian IV. Old name on title-page. A few quires with browning. A few brownspots and marginal dampstains. Scarce second edition of the Low-German translation of Jydske Lov. It has the same text as the edition from 1593-94, only with the 2 first leaves reprinted. It contains the "Repertorium" which did not follow all copies of the 1593-edition.Bibl. Danica I,632. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2019-01-30 10:45:34
Heurne, Jan van [Johannes Heurnius] (1543-1601) ; Hippocrates
[Leiden]: Ex officina Plantiniana Raphalengii, 1603-1611. [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo B. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type B. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B.].- // 8 obras encuadernadas juntas, 4º (204x158 mm.).- De febribvs liber (1610): [8], 124 p.; sign.: *4, A-P4, Q2.- De peste Liber (1611): 37, [3] p. ; sign.: A-E4.- De gravissimis morbis mvliervm liber (1610): 61, [3], 32, [3] p.; sign.: A-H4; a-d4 e2; 4 partes en dos secuencias; primera secuencia, De gravissimis morbis mvliervm liber, pp. 1-38; De hvmana felicitate libellus, pp. 39-58; De morbis novis et mirandis epistola, pp. 59-61; segunda secuencia, De morbis ventricvli liber, pp. 1-27; Oratio De Medicina origine, Aesculapidum ac Hippocratis stirpe & scriptis, pp. 27-32.- In Hippocratis coi De hominis natvra (1611): 32 p.; sign.: A-D4.- Hippocratis coi Prolegomena, et Prognosticorum (1603): 184, [8] p. [última blanca] ; sign.: A-Z4 a4.- In Hippocratis coi De victus ratione in morbis acvtis (1611, dedicatoria 1609): 125, [3] p.; sign.: a-q4.- Hippocratis coi Aphorismi Graece & Latine (1611): 161, [7] p. [2 últimas, blancas]; sign.: A-X4 [X4, blanca].- De morbis pectoris liber (1608): [4], 127, [5] p. ; sign.: ?2, aa-qq4, rr2.- Marca tipográfica en portada de todas las obras [salvo en In Hippocratis Coi De victus], lema 'Labore et constantia'; iniciales grabadas; texto a dos columnas; apostillas margin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Pamplona, NA, Spain]
2019-01-30 09:37:35
Muñoz de Escobar, de Francisco
Christophorum Lasso Vaca, Metymae a Campo (Medina del Campo), 1603. -Tamaño cuarto mayor: 8 h. incluida portada, 291 h., 1 h. + índice extenso.;-Buena encuadernación barroca en plena piel.;-Importante tratado legal de administración y contabilidad, con varias resoluciones sobre las operaciones y libros de los banqueros, cambiantes y mercaderes. El éxito de la obra transcendió nuestras fronteras y fue uno de los textos básicos del sistema legal europeo de contabilidad bancaria e industrial durante más de un siglo. Por su enorme éxito, se imprimieron ediciones, además de en España, en Turín (1627), Nuremberg (1646), Venecia (1660), Rotterdam (1662), Francfurt (1664) y Lyon (1757). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Arriola Lerchundi [Bilbao, Spain]
2019-01-30 08:37:10
(Inv.Nr. EUR 112/2) FOR MORE INFORMATIONS/PICTURES PLEASE ASK: Riedel-Petra@gmx.de Coppermap, edited by Abraham Ortelius, in Theatrum orbis Terrarum, latin edition anno 1603, old colours, plate size: 357x476 mm., some cracs, wormholes on margins, the surface of the map is in good condition, no cracs on centerfold. Reference: vdB Nr. 189 Abraham Ortelius (Abraham Ortels) (April 14, 1527 - June 28, 1598) was a Flemish cartographer and geographer, generally recognised as the creator of the first modern atlas, the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (Theatre of the World). He is also believed to be the first person to imagine that the continents were joined together before drifting to their present positions. Ortelius was born in the city of Antwerp, which was then in the Habsburg ruled Seventeen Provinces and is now in Belgium. A member of the influential Ortelius family of Augsburg, he traveled extensively in Europe. He is specifically known to have traveled throughout the Seventeen Provinces; in southern, western, northern, and eastern Germany (e.g., 1560, 1575-1576); France (1559-1560); England and Ireland (1576), and Italy (1578, and perhaps twice or thrice between 1550 and 1558). Beginning as a map-engraver, in 1547 he entered the Antwerp guild of St Luke as afsetter van Karten. His early career was that of a businessman, and most of his journeys before 1560 were for commercial purposes (such as his yearly visits to the Frankfurt book and print fair). In 1560, however, when travelling with Mercator to Trier, Lorraine, and Poitiers, he seems to have been attracted, largely by Mercator … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HAMMELBURGER ANTIQUARIAT [Hammelburg, DE]
2019-01-30 08:02:10
Rosaccio Giuseppe, 1530-1603
Rosaccio Giuseppe, 1530-1603. Viaggio da Venetia a Costantinopoli, Rosaccio G., 1606 Rosaccio, G. Viaggio da Venetia, a Constantinopoli per Mare, e per Terra, & insieme quello di Terra Santa. Venedig, G. Franco, 1606. Qu.-kl.-4to. (15,5:21 cm). Mit gest. Druckermarke u. 75 gest. Karten, Plänen u. Ansichten im Text. 2 nn. u. 75 (statt 77) num. Bll. Grüner Seideneinband des 19. Jh. mit Silber- u. Goldfäden ornamental bestickt nebst Titelei auf dem Vorderdeckel; tadellos, nur an den Kanten leicht Shirley T.ROS-3a; Zacharakis/Scutari 2946ff.; Navari 40-43; Stylianou 87-89; Cassini 28; vgl. Blackmer 1447. - Seltenes Reisewerk mit Ansichten, Karten u. Plänen der dalmatinischen Küste u. griech. Inseln inkl. dem Nahen Osten (mit Zypern) sowie 2 mit Flottenformationen. Die Textbll. sind numeriert 1-76, es fehlen Bl. 20 (Cruzola) und 77 (Karte des östl. Mittelmeerraumes). - Gute, klare u. tlw. starke Abdrucke mit dem typischen Plattenton. Die Blattränder meist etwas fleckig; im Steg leicht wasserfleckig, gegen Ende auch die Tafeln leicht betroffen. Provenienz: erw. Antiquariat Garisenda im Jahre 1978. Scarce and popular guide book for travellers from Venice to Constantinople resp. the Holy Land. The plates depicting the cities and islands of the Dalamatian coast, the Aegean, and the Levant, including the fine plans and maps of Cyprus, Nicosia, Famagusta, Crete, Rhodes, Constantinople, Jerusalem and the Near East (with Cyprus too), furthermore 2 ones with naval formations. Lacking leaf 17 and 77. - The prints in fine, partly strong impressions, always and as usual lightly toned. Some … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
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2019-01-30 02:21:46
Japanese Watercolor of Iris Watercolor on paper 19th Century 21” x 17” framed In ancient times Japan had no calendar, and farmers relied on seasonal changes in nature to guide them in growing rice. At the end of winter, the appearance of the cherry blossom marked the end of the hunting season, and the beginning of the rice growing season. In late spring, the iris bloom announced the beginning of the rainy season, when the rice would be transplanted to the fields. Over time, these wild irises were transplanted into Japanese gardens, and have been cultivated in Japan for over 500 years. During the Edo period in Japan (1603-1868) there was a renaissance of iris cultivation, when many years of peace allowed the art and science of botany and horticulture to flourish. In the beginning of Edo Period, when the ruling class of shoguns and daimyos built their castles and mansions, they created many excursion-style gardens, in which people could walk around the garden. The iris or Hanashobu was, and still is, a common flower to see in Japanese gardens as it can be grown in water (ponds or marshes), it’s blooming period in May and its simple and refined beauty. This simple, elegant flower is of high importance in Japanese culture, and has attached to it much symbolic meaning. The iris flower was thought to ward off evil spirits, and is a symbol of masculine success. It’s long, narrow blades of the leaves resemble the sharp blades of the sword, and for many centuries it has been a custom to place iris leaves in a boy’s bath to give him a “martial” spirit. The iris is associated with Boy … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-01-30 02:21:45
Japanese Watercolor of Iris Watercolor on paper 19th Century 21” x 17” framed In ancient times Japan had no calendar, and farmers relied on seasonal changes in nature to guide them in growing rice. At the end of winter, the appearance of the cherry blossom marked the end of the hunting season, and the beginning of the rice growing season. In late spring, the iris bloom announced the beginning of the rainy season, when the rice would be transplanted to the fields. Over time, these wild irises were transplanted into Japanese gardens, and have been cultivated in Japan for over 500 years. During the Edo period in Japan (1603-1868) there was a renaissance of iris cultivation, when many years of peace allowed the art and science of botany and horticulture to flourish. In the beginning of Edo Period, when the ruling class of shoguns and daimyos built their castles and mansions, they created many excursion-style gardens, in which people could walk around the garden. The iris or Hanashobu was, and still is, a common flower to see in Japanese gardens as it can be grown in water (ponds or marshes), it’s blooming period in May and its simple and refined beauty. This simple, elegant flower is of high importance in Japanese culture, and has attached to it much symbolic meaning. The iris flower was thought to ward off evil spirits, and is a symbol of masculine success. It’s long, narrow blades of the leaves resemble the sharp blades of the sword, and for many centuries it has been a custom to place iris leaves in a boy’s bath to give him a “martial” spirit. The iris is associated with Boy … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-01-30 02:21:45
Japanese Watercolor of Iris Watercolor on paper 19th Century 21” x 17” framed In ancient times Japan had no calendar, and farmers relied on seasonal changes in nature to guide them in growing rice. At the end of winter, the appearance of the cherry blossom marked the end of the hunting season, and the beginning of the rice growing season. In late spring, the iris bloom announced the beginning of the rainy season, when the rice would be transplanted to the fields. Over time, these wild irises were transplanted into Japanese gardens, and have been cultivated in Japan for over 500 years. During the Edo period in Japan (1603-1868) there was a renaissance of iris cultivation, when many years of peace allowed the art and science of botany and horticulture to flourish. In the beginning of Edo Period, when the ruling class of shoguns and daimyos built their castles and mansions, they created many excursion-style gardens, in which people could walk around the garden. The iris or Hanashobu was, and still is, a common flower to see in Japanese gardens as it can be grown in water (ponds or marshes), it’s blooming period in May and its simple and refined beauty. This simple, elegant flower is of high importance in Japanese culture, and has attached to it much symbolic meaning. The iris flower was thought to ward off evil spirits, and is a symbol of masculine success. It’s long, narrow blades of the leaves resemble the sharp blades of the sword, and for many centuries it has been a custom to place iris leaves in a boy’s bath to give him a “martial” spirit. The iris is associated with Boy … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-01-30 02:21:45
Japanese Watercolor of Iris Watercolor on paper 19th Century 21” x 17” framed In ancient times Japan had no calendar, and farmers relied on seasonal changes in nature to guide them in growing rice. At the end of winter, the appearance of the cherry blossom marked the end of the hunting season, and the beginning of the rice growing season. In late spring, the iris bloom announced the beginning of the rainy season, when the rice would be transplanted to the fields. Over time, these wild irises were transplanted into Japanese gardens, and have been cultivated in Japan for over 500 years. During the Edo period in Japan (1603-1868) there was a renaissance of iris cultivation, when many years of peace allowed the art and science of botany and horticulture to flourish. In the beginning of Edo Period, when the ruling class of shoguns and daimyos built their castles and mansions, they created many excursion-style gardens, in which people could walk around the garden. The iris or Hanashobu was, and still is, a common flower to see in Japanese gardens as it can be grown in water (ponds or marshes), it’s blooming period in May and its simple and refined beauty. This simple, elegant flower is of high importance in Japanese culture, and has attached to it much symbolic meaning. The iris flower was thought to ward off evil spirits, and is a symbol of masculine success. It’s long, narrow blades of the leaves resemble the sharp blades of the sword, and for many centuries it has been a custom to place iris leaves in a boy’s bath to give him a “martial” spirit. The iris is associated with Boy … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-01-30 02:21:45
Japanese Watercolor of Iris Watercolor on paper 19th Century 21” x 17” framed In ancient times Japan had no calendar, and farmers relied on seasonal changes in nature to guide them in growing rice. At the end of winter, the appearance of the cherry blossom marked the end of the hunting season, and the beginning of the rice growing season. In late spring, the iris bloom announced the beginning of the rainy season, when the rice would be transplanted to the fields. Over time, these wild irises were transplanted into Japanese gardens, and have been cultivated in Japan for over 500 years. During the Edo period in Japan (1603-1868) there was a renaissance of iris cultivation, when many years of peace allowed the art and science of botany and horticulture to flourish. In the beginning of Edo Period, when the ruling class of shoguns and daimyos built their castles and mansions, they created many excursion-style gardens, in which people could walk around the garden. The iris or Hanashobu was, and still is, a common flower to see in Japanese gardens as it can be grown in water (ponds or marshes), it’s blooming period in May and its simple and refined beauty. This simple, elegant flower is of high importance in Japanese culture, and has attached to it much symbolic meaning. The iris flower was thought to ward off evil spirits, and is a symbol of masculine success. It’s long, narrow blades of the leaves resemble the sharp blades of the sword, and for many centuries it has been a custom to place iris leaves in a boy’s bath to give him a “martial” spirit. The iris is associated with Boy … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-01-30 02:21:45
Japanese Watercolor of Iris Watercolor on paper 19th Century 21” x 17” framed In ancient times Japan had no calendar, and farmers relied on seasonal changes in nature to guide them in growing rice. At the end of winter, the appearance of the cherry blossom marked the end of the hunting season, and the beginning of the rice growing season. In late spring, the iris bloom announced the beginning of the rainy season, when the rice would be transplanted to the fields. Over time, these wild irises were transplanted into Japanese gardens, and have been cultivated in Japan for over 500 years. During the Edo period in Japan (1603-1868) there was a renaissance of iris cultivation, when many years of peace allowed the art and science of botany and horticulture to flourish. In the beginning of Edo Period, when the ruling class of shoguns and daimyos built their castles and mansions, they created many excursion-style gardens, in which people could walk around the garden. The iris or Hanashobu was, and still is, a common flower to see in Japanese gardens as it can be grown in water (ponds or marshes), it’s blooming period in May and its simple and refined beauty. This simple, elegant flower is of high importance in Japanese culture, and has attached to it much symbolic meaning. The iris flower was thought to ward off evil spirits, and is a symbol of masculine success. It’s long, narrow blades of the leaves resemble the sharp blades of the sword, and for many centuries it has been a custom to place iris leaves in a boy’s bath to give him a “martial” spirit. The iris is associated with Boy … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-01-30 02:21:45
Japanese Watercolor of Iris Watercolor on paper 19th Century 21” x 17” framed In ancient times Japan had no calendar, and farmers relied on seasonal changes in nature to guide them in growing rice. At the end of winter, the appearance of the cherry blossom marked the end of the hunting season, and the beginning of the rice growing season. In late spring, the iris bloom announced the beginning of the rainy season, when the rice would be transplanted to the fields. Over time, these wild irises were transplanted into Japanese gardens, and have been cultivated in Japan for over 500 years. During the Edo period in Japan (1603-1868) there was a renaissance of iris cultivation, when many years of peace allowed the art and science of botany and horticulture to flourish. In the beginning of Edo Period, when the ruling class of shoguns and daimyos built their castles and mansions, they created many excursion-style gardens, in which people could walk around the garden. The iris or Hanashobu was, and still is, a common flower to see in Japanese gardens as it can be grown in water (ponds or marshes), it’s blooming period in May and its simple and refined beauty. This simple, elegant flower is of high importance in Japanese culture, and has attached to it much symbolic meaning. The iris flower was thought to ward off evil spirits, and is a symbol of masculine success. It’s long, narrow blades of the leaves resemble the sharp blades of the sword, and for many centuries it has been a custom to place iris leaves in a boy’s bath to give him a “martial” spirit. The iris is associated with Boy … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-01-30 02:21:45
Japanese Watercolor of Iris Watercolor on paper 19th Century 21” x 17” framed In ancient times Japan had no calendar, and farmers relied on seasonal changes in nature to guide them in growing rice. At the end of winter, the appearance of the cherry blossom marked the end of the hunting season, and the beginning of the rice growing season. In late spring, the iris bloom announced the beginning of the rainy season, when the rice would be transplanted to the fields. Over time, these wild irises were transplanted into Japanese gardens, and have been cultivated in Japan for over 500 years. During the Edo period in Japan (1603-1868) there was a renaissance of iris cultivation, when many years of peace allowed the art and science of botany and horticulture to flourish. In the beginning of Edo Period, when the ruling class of shoguns and daimyos built their castles and mansions, they created many excursion-style gardens, in which people could walk around the garden. The iris or Hanashobu was, and still is, a common flower to see in Japanese gardens as it can be grown in water (ponds or marshes), it’s blooming period in May and its simple and refined beauty. This simple, elegant flower is of high importance in Japanese culture, and has attached to it much symbolic meaning. The iris flower was thought to ward off evil spirits, and is a symbol of masculine success. It’s long, narrow blades of the leaves resemble the sharp blades of the sword, and for many centuries it has been a custom to place iris leaves in a boy’s bath to give him a “martial” spirit. The iris is associated with Boy … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-01-30 01:00:10
BOILLOT, Joseph - BRANTZ, Johann.
Durch Antonium Bertram, Zu Strasburg, 1603. [4], 183, [1] p., folio (28 cm), cart. con carta francese di rinforzo al dorso. Good conditions, frontespiece in copy (printed in two colors, as the original, on old paper), alcune carte brunite. VD17 3:312613N; Brunet I, 1064; Jaehns 655; vgl. Cockle 933, Anm. (irrig 1605). - Erste deutsche Ausgabe, die französ. Erstausgabe war 1598 erschienen. Mit deutsch-französischem Paralleltext. Geschichtliche Darstellung der Entwicklung der Kriegsmittel über Hebel, Schraube usw. bis zu den verschiedensten technischen Kriegsgerätschaften und bis zum ausführlichen pyrotechnischen Teil. In diesem wird auf einer Radierung Berthold Schwarz dargestellt, wie er die Bestandteile des Pulvers abwiegt, hinter ihm segnend der Teufel.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Adige [IT]
2019-01-30 00:59:11
BOILLOT, Joseph - BRANTZ, Johann.
Durch Antonium Bertram, Zu Strasburg, 1603. VD17 3:312613N; Brunet I, 1064; Jaehns 655; vgl. Cockle 933, Anm. (irrig 1605). - Erste deutsche Ausgabe, die französ. Erstausgabe war 1598 erschienen. Mit deutsch-französischem Paralleltext. Geschichtliche Darstellung der Entwicklung der Kriegsmittel über Hebel, Schraube usw. bis zu den verschiedensten technischen Kriegsgerätschaften und bis zum ausführlichen pyrotechnischen Teil. In diesem wird auf einer Radierung Berthold Schwarz dargestellt, wie er die Bestandteile des Pulvers abwiegt, hinter ihm segnend der Teufel. Formato: [4], 183, [1] p., folio (28 cm), cart. con carta francese di rinforzo al dorso. Good conditions, frontespiece in copy (printed in two colors, as the original, on old paper), alcune carte brunite.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Adige [TRENTO, Italy]
2019-01-30 00:56:53
CHENU Jean (1559-1627)
1603Paris, Nicolas Buon,1603, puis 1620 ; 2 forts volumes in-4°, tomés 1 et 2, édités chez Nicolas Buon, plein veau fauve ancien, dos à nerfs, roulette dorée sur les nerfs, caissons de double filet doré ornés de fers et fleurons dorés, titre doré sur étiquette de maroquin rouge à l'identique sur les 2 volumes: "Reglement de Chenu", tranches rouges. Premier volume (1603, aux titres, 1602 au privilège); (20)ff.(titre en noir et rouge, épitres, stances, sonnet de N. Renouard de Bourges, et E. Bournier, table, extrait privilège); 851pp.; (8)ff.(titre en noir et rouge, épitre, table, extrait du privilège), 621pp., (8)ff.(table). Vignette sur les 2 titres, bandeaux et lettres ornées en bois. Deuxième volume : 1620; (27)ff. (titre en noir et rouge, épitre, sonnet, tables), portrait de Jean Chenu par L. Gaultier, 1226pp., (23)ff. ( table et privilège) Mouillure dans la marge externe des 20 premiers feuillets des 2 volumes et des 40 derniers feuillets du 2ème volume, légère e marge des 20 derniers feuillets du 1er volume, reliure un peu frottée aux coupes, coiffes et coins. Exemplaire bien relié postérieurement (début XVIIIème), différence de hauteur entre les 2 volumes parus à près de 20 ans d'écart. (Reu-CO2)
Bookseller: Livres Anciens N. Rousseau [France, Reuilly]
2019-01-30 00:28:37
BEYER, Johann Hartmann (1563-1625)
Frankfurt am Main, Zacharias Palthenius for Jonas Rose, 1603. 4to (196 x 155 mm), pp [xii] 68; 191 [1, blank]; ff [20, last blank], with woodcut device on title and numerous woodcut illustations and diagrams in text; a fine copy, with several lower edges uncut, in contemporary German vellum ruled in blind on covers, in a cloth box.First edition (published simultaneously with a Latin edition) of Beyer's treatise on calculating the volumes of various solid geometric figures, inlcudling glasses, barrels, buckets, etc. It is an important precursor to Kepler's Nova Stereometria (1615); Beyer is referred to in that work. 'Beyer also discusses the extraction of cube roots, gives practical examples of gauging and includes tables for such things as the circumference and area of circles having diameters from 0.1 to 108 units in steps of 0.1 unit. Unfortunately, the value of pi Beyer used appears to be 3.14172 rather than 3.14159, and this value limits their usefulness .'Johann Beyer was not only a well-known Frankfurt physician and mathematician but also a person of civic eminence due to his position as Bürgermeister. His wide contact with the scientific community is illustrated by a letter he is known to have written to Kepler in 1616 in which he used a combination of both the decimal point (actually a comma) and the old system of accents to represent decimal fractions' (Tomash and Williams).Beyer was also in correspondence with Ludolph van Ceulen (1540-1610), who devoted his life to calculating the value of pi, eventually reaching 35 decimal places.Both the German and Latin edition … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: WP Watson Antiquarian Books [London, United Kingdom]
2019-01-30 00:05:30
Marees, P.v. ? Bry, J.T.u.J.I.de Bry:
Frankfurt am Main, Wolfgang Richter 1603. Folio. 4 nn. Bl. (le. w.); 154 Seiten, 1 nn. Bl., 26 num. Bll., mit großem Titelkupferstich und 26 großen Textkupferstichen. Halbleinenband mit Rückenschild des 19. Jh. Erste deutsche Ausgabe. - Kainbacher 63. - Seltene und frühe Beschreibung von Guinea und der Insel Sao Tome, eine der Tafeln mit einer Karte der Insel. Grundlage bildet Marees' "Beschryvinge ende historische verhael van Gunea" von 1602. Das Register mit Wortern der einheimischen Sprache fehlt in der lateinischen Ausgabe von 1604. "Description of the kingdom of Guinea in Africa, the results of observations made in a voyage, undertaken by the Dutch, in the years 1600-1601; together with a history of the early voyages to that coast by the Portuguese, French and Dutch. The original account. is the first description of that country in Dutch". (Church II, S. 501.) -- Kainbacher 63; Church 236. -- First german edition with 26 splendid half-page engraved plates, including a map of Sao Tome island.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Kainbacher [Baden bei Wien, Austria]
2019-01-29 19:25:59
JUVÉNAL
JUVÉNAL, "Junii Juvenalis satyrae sexdecim, cum veteris scholiastae et Ioa Britannici commentariis, quibus accesserunt P Pithoei, Caelii secundi Curionis, & Theodori Pulmani notae & varie lectiones Additus est index geminus rerum & verborum omnium absolutissimus", Lutetiae apud Marcum Orry 1603, 724 p. + 1 page d'erratum + 100 pages de l'index de l'édition de 1602 : "Index omnium vocabulorum que in omnibus d. Junii Juvenalis Satyris reprientur, vnâ cum rerum, epithetorum ac phrasium sigularium annotatione : tàm ad linguae latinae, quàam ad poëssos rectum issue concinnatus ac édités", Lutetiae, Apud Marcum Orry, via Jacobae dub ifigni Leonis falientis, 1602, cum Privilegio Regis. Reliure plein vélin. Ex-libris manuscrit sur la page de titre "oratorii collegii Trecensis" Collège de l'Oratoire, Troyes Le privilège mentionne Claude Morel comme imprimeur des 16 satires de Juvenal, Decimus Junius Juvenalie, poète romain du IIe siècle après J.C.
Bookseller: Librairie À la Demi-Lune [France, Gallargues le Montueux]
2019-01-29 17:30:00
Hulsius, Levinus
Francofurti / Frankfurt 1603, mit 150 Stichen ( Münzen beidseitige Abb.) H.Leder geb. kl.8° mit 5,305,6 S. Goldpräg. (Einband d.Zt.) Rare numismatic-biographical work by Levinus Hulsius (ca. 1546-1606), a publisher, author, translator and compilator, as well as a mathematician, technician and a man of languages. He was born in Ghent in Flanders, but as a Calvinist Hulsius in 1584 had to flee his country, first to Heidelberg where he opened a school at Frankenthal. About 1590 he went to Nuremberg, where his real career and success started. Hulsius first worked as a language teacher and a public notary, but he now became in the first place an author, translator and a compilator, and by the way also a publisher and bookseller, as he used to publish all his own works, which were most impressive both in number and in the wide variety of subjects. Hulsius still is famous for his publication of a collection of early voyages of exploration which he himself adapted and translated into the German and which was continued after his death, published in 26 volumes between 1598 and 1650. He published a treatise on the use of the quadrant, as well as the present biographies of the Roman Emperors, illustrated with ancient coins, mainly from his own collection. But Hulsius` greatest merit no doubt was due to his composing and publishing the first French-German and German-French dictionary .( Titelbl. fehlt ist ersetzt d. K., sonst guter Zustand) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung
Bookseller: Johann Peter Hebel Antiquariat [Germany]
2019-01-28 10:42:02
(Ferdinand II. von Tirol, Erzherzog von Oesterreich)
Innsbruck, Paur, 1603. 2 Teile in 1 Bd. 6 nn. Bll., CXLVI num. Bll., 30 nn. Bll. (Register) mit Titelholzschnitt. 1 gefalt.Tabelle; 1 Bl., 29 num. num Bll. 8°. Blindgeprägtes SchweinsLdr. der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln mit 2 intakten Schließen (etw. fleckig und bestoßen). Die "Neue Reformierte Landesordnung" enthält die nach der alten Landsordnung von 1573 revidierten alle Zweige der Rechtsprechung betreffenden Gesetze und ist "eine umfassende Kodifikation der provinziellen Rechte, des öffentlichen Rechts, sowohl einschließlich des Strafrechts wie auch des Privat- und Prozeßrechts" (Huber 164). - Waldner, Tiroler Buchdrucker 91. Stubenrauch 2327 u. 2874. VD17 12:623474N u. 12:623474N. - Ferdinand II. von Tirol (1529 - 1595) regierte ab 1567 in Tirol. Er führte dort die Gegenreformation durch, ging hart gegen die Wiedertäufer vor, verbesserte die Landesordnung und Behördenorganisation und baute Schloss Ambras aus, wo er eine Kunst- und Wunderkammer einrichtete. Da seine Kinder aus der Ehe mit Philippine Welser nicht erbberechtigt waren, kam Tirol nach seinem Tod an die beiden anderen habsburgischen Linien. - Mit dem fast immer beigebundenen zweiten Teil "Ordnung und Reformation Gueter Policey, In Ihrer Durchleuchtigkeit Fürstlichen Graffschafft Tyrol" (dieser mit eigenem Titelblatt). Der große Titelholzschnitt mit dem Porträt von Kaiser Ferdinand II., die gefaltete Tabelle mit dem Ellenmaß von Insbruck und Bozen, sowie des "Werckschuechs mit seinen abgethailten Zöllen" der Stadt Bozen. - Nur wenig fleckig bzw. gebräunt. Buchinnendeckel und Vorsätze mit insgesamt 3 großen eingekleb … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Matthäus Truppe [Austria]
2019-01-24 10:52:35
HOLLAND, PHILEMON, Translator. PLUTARCH
London: Printed by Arnold Hatfield, 1603. FIRST COMPLETE EDITION IN ENGLISH. This is an excellent copy, with distinguished provenance, of an important text that was part of a memorable series of Elizabethan translations. The "Moralia"--various writings of Plutarch exclusive of his famous "Parallel Lives" of the Greeks and Romans--deal with such diverse topics as fortune, exile, animal intelligence, health, advice for newlyweds, the education of children, benefitting from one's enemies, the value of having few or many friends, how to recognize a flatterer, and many other topics that give scholars insight into Greco-Roman society and obscure cults. Although individual treatises had been previously translated into English, this is the first translation of the entire sequence of essays that make up the "Moralia." The value of the collection is enhanced by the fact that Plutarch borrows liberally from lost Greek works, some of which would otherwise be unknown to us. The great Elizabethan translator Philemon Holland (1552-1637) was a physician whose love of the classics prompted a devotion to rendering ancient authors into the language of Shakespeare. His output was prodigious. His first project was a translation of the Roman historian Livy, published in 1600; the next year, Holland tackled Pliny's massive "Natural History." He also created English versions of the historical works of Suetonius and (in the same year as "Morals") Ammianus Marcellinus. The modern provenance here is outstanding. It is not too much to say that the collection of The Garden Ltd., assembled by Haven O'M … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2019-01-24 05:34:05
HOLLAND, PHILEMON, Translator. PLUTARCH
London: Printed by Arnold Hatfield, 1603. FIRST COMPLETE EDITION IN ENGLISH. This is an excellent copy, with distinguished provenance, of an important text that was part of a memorable series of Elizabethan translations. The "Moralia"--various writings of Plutarch exclusive of his famous "Parallel Lives" of the Greeks and Romans--deal with such diverse topics as fortune, exile, animal intelligence, health, advice for newlyweds, the education of children, benefitting from one's enemies, the value of having few or many friends, how to recognize a flatterer, and many other topics that give scholars insight into Greco-Roman society and obscure cults. Although individual treatises had been previously translated into English, this is the first translation of the entire sequence of essays that make up the "Moralia." The value of the collection is enhanced by the fact that Plutarch borrows liberally from lost Greek works, some of which would otherwise be unknown to us. The great Elizabethan translator Philemon Holland (1552-1637) was a physician whose love of the classics prompted a devotion to rendering ancient authors into the language of Shakespeare. His output was prodigious. His first project was a translation of the Roman historian Livy, published in 1600; the next year, Holland tackled Pliny's massive "Natural History." He also created English versions of the historical works of Suetonius and (in the same year as "Morals") Ammianus Marcellinus. The modern provenance here is outstanding. It is not too much to say that the collection of The Garden Ltd., assembled by Haven O'M … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2019-01-23 17:28:23
---WITH CONTEMPORARY COLOURS---. Florida,Mexico,Peru, map, Ortelius Abraham, anno 1603, contemporary colours. Florida,Mexico,Peru, map, Ortelius Abraham, anno 1603, contempor Coppermap, edited by Abraham Ortelius, theatrum orbis terrarum, latin edition, anno 1603, contemporary full coloured, little brownish, cracked margins, fingerstained on margins, THE SURFACE OF THE MAP IS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION! Reference: vdB Nr. 15 FOR MORE INFORMATIONS/PICTURES PLEASE ASK: Riedel-Petra@gmx.de Erstellt durch eBay Turbo ListerDas kostenlose Einstell-Tool. Stellen Sie Ihre Artikel schnell und bequem ein und verwalten Sie Ihre aktiven Angebote.
Bookseller: HAMMELBURGER ANTIQUARIAT [Hammelburg, DE]
2019-01-22 19:40:08
HOLLAND, PHILEMON, Translator. PLUTARCH
Printed by Arnold Hatfield, London, 1603. 330 x 215 mm. (13 x 8 1/2"). 4 p.l., 1363, [1] pp., [32] leaves (including errata).Translated by Philemon Holland. FIRST COMPLETE EDITION IN ENGLISH. Mottled calf by Riviere & Son (stamp-signed on verso of front free endpaper) raised bands, two brown morocco labels, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt (rebacked, preserving original backstrip). Woodcut initials and headpieces. Rear pastedown with armorial bookplate of American travel writer James Hale Bates (1845-1901) and with the ex-libris of the Garden Collection, both pasted in upside down (see below). STC 20063; Harris, p. 116; Lowndes III, 1891. Extremities a bit rubbed, spine somewhat crackled and with half a dozen small abrasions, but the well-executed sympathetic binding quite sound and very pleasing. First and last leaves lightly soiled, title page with small chip to fore edge, occasional mild yellowing or minor marginal foxing, isolated rust spots, a couple of trivial paper flaws, but clearly a fine copy internally--clean, fresh, and altogether pleasing. This is an excellent copy, with distinguished provenance, of an important text that was part of a memorable series of Elizabethan translations. The "Moralia"--various writings of Plutarch exclusive of his famous "Parallel Lives" of the Greeks and Romans--deal with such diverse topics as fortune, exile, animal intelligence, health, advice for newlyweds, the education of children, benefitting from one's enemies, the value of having few or many friends, how to recognize a flatterer, and many other topics that give scholars insi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2019-01-20 08:15:35
1603. NOTABLES ET SINGULIERES QUESTIONS DU DROICT ESCRIT ARRETS MEMORABLES DE LA COUR SOUVERAINE DU PARLEMENT DE THOLOSE (toulouse) recueillis par maistre Geraud de Maynard éditions chez robert Fouet - 1603 2 volumes - 5 livres reliure plein cuir - format 17 x 23 - poids environ 5 kgs reliure usagée aux coins, coiffes, coupure entre dos et premier plat 1er livre - néanmoins bel état pour un ouvrage de cette époque annotations manuscrites anciennes à l'encre Géraud de Maynard fait ses études de droit à Toulouse de 1552 à 1557. Il succède à son père comme châtelain de Saint-Céré puis devient sénéchal de la vicomté de Turenne. En 1573 il est pourvu d'un office de conseiller à la chambre des requêtes du parlement de Toulouse. Il occupe une place éminente parmi les arrêtistes toulousains car il fut l'un des premiers à recueillir systématiquement la jurisprudence de la principale cour souveraine des pays de droit écrit. Ses Notables et singulières questions de droit écrit, publiées en 1603 pour la première fois, faisaient encore autorité à la fin du XVIIIe siècle. Source: Dictionnaire historique des juristes français (XIIe-XXe siècle). Volumes instructifs sur le droit et les jugements dans l'ancien régime.‎ voir ci-dessous photos TARIF ETRANGER (port et emballage) NB: the customer who chooses the great economic price list " books and brochures " is SOLELY RESPONSIBLE for the time of acheminiment which begin until month (to see more) Union Européenne et Suisse : Allemagne, Autriche, Belgique, Bulgarie, Chypre, Danemark, Espagne, Estonie, Finlande, Grèce, Hongrie, Irlande, Italie, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: la bouquinerie ludique (youyou294) [Bonlieu sur Roubion, FR]
2019-01-17 01:46:23
And. Schotto; Andre Schott
Christopherum Mangum, 1603. Condition: Good. Click here to see our other books! Vitae Comparatae Aristotelis Ac Demosthenis Olympiadibus ac Praeturis Atheniensium digestae And. Schotto; Andre Schott 1603 Christopherum Mangum : Augsburg 8" by 6" [28] 174 [26]pp SUMMARY A very scarce copy of this work by Andre Schott. Early Edition,Illustrated,Scarce Overall Condition: Very Good Indeed This book weighs 0.5 KG when packed Australia Postage: £ Free UK Postage: £ 3.99 US Postage: £ 15.99 EU Postage: £ 13.99 European Postage: £ 14.99 Asia Postage: £ 18.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 19.99 DESCRIPTION Printed by one of the earliest private presses. Known by its device 'at the sign of the Pine-Tree' found on the title page. The press was active in Augsburg from 1594 to 1619 and was run a group of humanists, specialising in Greek and Latin texts. Text in Greek and Latin. A life and comparison of Greek philosophers and orators Aristotle and Demosthenes. Both figures have remained influential in philosophy and science throughout history. With portraits of Aristotle and Demosthenes. By Andre Schott, a Jesuit priest, academic, linguist, translator and editor. CONDITION Rebound in imitation vellum. Externally, very smart with just some light shelfwear. The occasional handling mark. Internally, firmly bound. Pages generally bright with some age toning and clean with occasional spotting. Tidemarks throughout. Overall Condition: Very Good Indeed Please note that due to different condition ratings used by eBay Australia, the condition rating at the head of the listing will always be rated as 'Good' … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian (the-mad-librarian) [Bath, GB]
2019-01-16 06:10:05
Les commandes réalisées à partir des États-Unis, peuvent être soumises à des taxes d'importation et droits de douane, que l'acheteur est tenu responsable de payer. 1603 William Camden History Of Britain Irlande Norman Invasion WM The Conqueror Cette fiche produit est originalement écrite en anglais. Veuillez trouver ci dessous une traduction automatique en français. Si vous avez des questions veuillez nous contacter. 1603 William Camden histoire de Grande-Bretagne Irlande Norman Invasion Wm le Conquérant FOLIO énorme + célèbre dans la bibliothèque de Jefferson ! « La meilleure édition de Camden ! » Une fine, début 17e-impression de siècle de William Camden "Anglica, Normannica, Hibernica, Cambrica, une scripta veteribus. » Cette deuxième édition est considérée comme la meilleure édition de cet ouvrage (Payne & Foss) et est tout simplement un travail de textes historiques relies à l'histoire de la Grande-Bretagne. Il comprend les célèbres batailles et des invasions, telles que l'invasion normande de Guillaume le conquérant de l'Irlande. Dans les 12 fine-siècle, Gerald du pays de Galles a écrit une histoire de la conquête de Henry II de l'Irlande. Camden créé une approche moderne de l'histoire de l'Angleterre et dans ce texte Latin, comprend le spécimen du vieil anglais, qui serait la « préface de pastorale de Gregory, tirées Asser de Parker ». (Adams, Vieil anglais bourses). Cet ouvrage a été célèbre dans la bibliothèque de Thomas Jefferson (Gilreath & Wilson). Numéro d'article : #357 Prix : $1500 CAMDEN, William Anglica, Normannica, Hibernica, Cambrica, une scripta veteribu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-01-13 03:11:03
Chinae olim Sinarum, map, A.Ortelius, anno 1603, latin edition, Copperengraving, edited by Abraham Ortelius, Theatrum orbis terrarum, latin edition, anno 1603, Plate size: 372 x 482 mm., contemporary colours, some cracks, but only on margins, below centerfold restored, outside of the map, the surface of the map is in a very good, contemporary condition. "CHINAE, olim Sinarum regionis, noua descriptio. auctore Ludouico Georgio." The first map of China appeared in an western atlas. Japan is shown as a curious projection. To see the great wall. Reference: vdB Nr. 164: "Cartographical sources: Luiz Jorge de Barbuda or Ludovicus Georgius who made a manuscript map of China which reached Ortelius via Arias Montanus (Meurer p. 111-112, Hessels 62, 99 in 1580)." PLEASE ASK FOR MORE INFORMATIONS/PICTURES: Riedel-Petra@gmx.de Erstellt durch eBay Turbo ListerDas kostenlose Einstell-Tool. Stellen Sie Ihre Artikel schnell und bequem ein und verwalten Sie Ihre aktiven Angebote.
Bookseller: HAMMELBURGER ANTIQUARIAT (riedel-petra) [Hammelburg, DE]
2019-01-12 03:06:42
PERSIUS FLACCUS, Aulus - Juvenalis, Decimus .
Lyon, Antoine Gryphius 1603. 12°. Titelblatt, 15 nn. Bll., 450 S., mit kleiner Titelblattvignette, Kopfleisten, Schlussvignetten u. Initialen. ? Angebunden: CATULLUS, Gaius Valerius ? TIBULLUS, Albius ? PROPERTIUS, Sextus. - Catvllvs, Tibvllvs, Propertivs, Iampridem viri docti iudicio castigati & Nunc denuo recogniti ac variis Lectionibus & Notis illustrati a Iano Dovsa Filio. ? Lvgdvni Bat., Ex Officina Plantiniana (Leiden, Plantin) Apud Franciscum Raphelengium 1592. 12°. 272 S., mit Druckermarke am Titelblatt u. e. Initiale. ? DOES, Jan van den, d. J. Iani Dovsae filii In Catvllvs, Tibvllvs, Propertivs coeniectanae & notae ? Item Iani Dovsae Patris in Propertivm Paralipomena. ? Lvgd. Batavorvm, Ex Officina Plantinianae (Leiden, Plantin), Apud Franciscum Raphelengium 1592. 16°. 151 S., 4 nn. Bll, mit Druckermarke am Titelblatt. Pergamentband d. Zeit, mit Rückenbeschriftung von alter Hand, Einbanddeckel mit mehrfachen Streicheisenlinien gerahmt, mit ausgefüllten Ecken mit Lilienmotiven und je e. medaillonförmigen Verzierung in Schwarzprägung auf den Einbanddeckeln, Buchschnitt blau gefärbt, Pergament etwas gebräunt und fleckig, Seiten insgesamt wenig gebräunt oder fleckig. Mit Besitzvermerken von alten Händen am Titelblatt, e. Exlibris aus jüngerer Zeit (19. Jh.), sowie einer alten handschriftlichen Nummerierung am vorderen Innendeckel, einer Anmerkung am vorderen fliegenden Vorsatzblatt avers (? 1764) u. einigen Textanmerkungen von alter Hand im zweiten enthaltenen Werk. "Adams I,258,1160. BM Dutch Books 48. Vgl ADB 26,355, 19,331 u. 5,293f - Sammelband mit drei, auch … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker [Austria]
2019-01-11 01:20:48
Tabourot Etienne
SARL ABRAXAS-LIBRIS. Condition: Sehr gut. SELTENE UND SEHR VORBILDLICH. ERSTE AUSGABE KOLLEKTIV ABGESCHLOSSEN. SCHÖNES Exemplar in Marokko Dekor des 18. Jahrhunderts. Bigarrures und Tasten des Herrn der Abkommen. Mit den Aussagen des Sieur Gaulard. Und seine Dijonnoises Escraignes. Letzte Ausgabe, Überprüfung & viel ergänzt. Paris, Jean Richer, Straße S. Lateran Iean, zum grünen Baum. 1603-12 (9 x 14 cm), dem 18. Jahrhundert im roten Marokko Einband, Titel von grünem Leder, glatt Rückenteil mit Vergoldung geschmückt, triple net Frame auf flachen, Gewinde, schneidet Roulette Gold auf der Contreplats, goldene Scheiben mit einem Exlibris mit Ernst von M. Lejourdan, Berater der Admiralität. WORTSPIELE, SCHÜTTELREIME, FACETIEUX ERZÄHLUNGEN UND REBUS. Dieser charmante Band vereint 5 Teile: erstes Buch Bigarrures von Herrn Abkommen, (12) und 182 ff. ; Viertes Buch des Herrn von Vereinbarungen, (5) Bigarrures und 50 ff. ; Die Tasten des Herrn der Abkommen, 64 ff. ; Die schelmischen Geschichten des Sieur Gaulard, 59 ff. und (1) F. weiß. Die Dijonnoises Escraignes, 60 ff. schlecht verschlüsselten 59. Komplette kollektive Erstausgabe und eines der schönsten und seltensten in gutem Zustand wie hier treffen. Die Abbildung enthält zwei Porträts auf Holz eingraviert: eines Etienne Tabourot dreimal wiederholt und der vermeintlichen Sieur Gaulard. Das Buch enthält auch 26 kleine geschnitzte Figuren auf Holz im Text, darunter 16 Medaillen-Angebot von Schrott. Der Autor Etienne Tabourot, geniale Dichter Rabelais Humor, an allem interessiert: die Erfindung der Rebus (oft grobe) Schüttelreime, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Abraxas-Libris [Bécherel, FR]
2019-01-09 01:29:12
BIEN LIRE LA DESCRIPTION COMPLETE (photos cliquables en HD). N'hésitez pas à me contacter pour toute offre ou renseignement complémentaire Contact me by email for any questions, english version on demand contact@lesportessombres.fr THYRAEUS, De Obsessis a Spiritibus Daemoniorum Homminibus, 1603 THYRAEUS, Daemoniaci, Hoc est : De Obsessis a Spiritibus Daemoniorum Homminibus, Lyon, Jean Pillehotten, 1603 [1626] 324pp. + index. Petit in-8 de 11,5 x 17,5cm. Reliure plein vélin de l'époque, une pièce a été rapportée pour porter le titre à l'encre, accrocs tout le long du premier mors. Mouillure sur la marge interne en tête du premier cahier qui fragilise le papier et le brochage de ce cahier. Mouillure claire sur la marge externe tout le long de l'ouvrage qui fragilise parfois le papier en gouttière. Malgré les défauts signalés l'exemplaire reste solide et parfaitement compulsable. Tampon d'une institution religieuse sur la page de titre. Petite argutie bibliographique, il s'agit de l'édition de 1603 dont Pillehotte a sans doute repris les feuilles invendues, il gratta et modifia la date sur la page de titre pour une remise en vente en 1626 (manipulation visible en observant la date sur le titre). "Le jésuite Thyraeus enseignait la théologie à l'Université de Mayence. Son souci principal est de démontrer l'existence physique du pacte. Le diable a le pouvoir de représenter l'apparence ou le simulacre d'un innocent participant à un sabbat, mais, comme les pouvoirs du Diable sont circonscrits par ceux de Dieu qui protège les innocents, il ne peut représenter que des méchants au sab … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Portes Sombres [France, FR]
2019-01-06 07:19:52
Ephraem Syrus (Ephräm von Syrien od. Afrem der Syrer) - Vossius, Gerardus (Übers. u. Bearb?.)
Coloniae (Köln), apud Arnoldum Quentelium (Arnold Quentelius) 1603. "Folio. (3 Teile in 1 Band). Titel (rot u. schwarz gedr.), 7 Bll., XXI(3), 260 S.; 3 Bll., X S., Ss.261-508; 4 Bll., Ss.509-814, 22 Bll. Mit gest. Titelvignette (Ganzfigurporträt v. Ephräm d. Syrer) in Tl. 1 u. m. wh. Titelvign. in Tl.2 u. 3 (Profilporträt v. Christus) sowie einigem Holzschnitt-Zierrat (Init., Zierleisten etc.). Schweinslederband der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln u. 6 Bünden mit blindgepr. Verz. durch Rollenstempel, Rückenbeschriftung von alter Hand, umseit. Farbschnitt und neuen Messingschliessen. Einband altersbedingt etwas staubfleckig und berieben, Exlibris auf flieg. Vorsatz, im Text gebräunt und mit einigen Anstreichungen u. Anmerk. (Bleistift)." "VD17 1:053171V - Zweite, vermehrte und verbesserte Auflage dieser lateinischen Ausgabe der Schriften des Kirchenlehreres Ephraem dem Syrer (um 306-373). Die erste Ausgabe erschien in drei Bänden unter dem Titel ``Operum omnium sancti Ephraem Syri etc.` (1589, 1593 u. 1598). Die Übersetzung ins Lateinische erfolgte nach einer Übertragung des syrischen Urtextes ins Griechische. Im zweiten Teil ist auch die erste direkte Übertragung aus dem Syrischen ins Lateinische enthalten. Übersetzer und Bearbeiter dieser Ausgabe war der aus Lüttich stammende, theologische Publizist Gerhard Vossius (um 1550-1609). V. war Apostolischer Protonotar u. Propst zu Tongern und Herausgeber von Väterwerken. - Wetzer/Welte 4², Sp. 677 u. 679 f.: Ephräm der Syrer ""nimmt unter den Kirchenvätern seines Landes bei weitem die erste, unter den Kirchenvätern überhaupt eine der er … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker [Austria]
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