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        1605 Corpus Juris Canonici Catholic Church Canon LAW Pope Gregory Lancellotti

      Lugduni, 1605. - 1605 Corpus Juris Canonici Catholic Church Canon LAW Pope Gregory Lancellotti COMPLETE 5v in 1 / Compare@$3,100 / Vellum The Corpus Juris Canonici (lit. 'Body of Canon Law') is the collection of significant sources of Canon Law of the Catholic Church that was applicable to Latin Church. Giovan Paolo Lancellotti (1522 – 1590) was an Italian lawyer known for his various works on law including his commentary and reworking of Corpus iuris canonici, which is a collection of ecclesiastical disciplines and origins from the 15th-century. We find other early 17th-century examples of Corpus iuris canonici for sale for $3,100+! Main author: Johannes Paulus Lancellotti ; Pope Gregory Title: Corpvs Ivris Canonici : Emendatvm et Notis Illustratvm: Gregorii XIII. Pont. Max. iussu editum ; Indicibvs Variis, Et Novis, et appendice Pavli Lanceloti Perusini adauctum . ; Accesserunt Nouissime Loci Communes Published: Lugduni, 1605. Language: Latin Notes & contents: • Huge tome bound in vellum FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure vellum binding Pages: complete with all 1271 + 754 + 406 + 158 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Lugduni, 1605. Size: ~9.75in X 7.5in (24.75cm x 19cm) Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Tvvoo Bookes of Francis Bacon. Of the Proficience and Aduancement of Learning, Diuine and Humane. To the King.

      At London: printed by Thomas Purfoot and Thomas Creede for Henrie Tomes and are to be sould at his shop at Graies Inne gate in Holborne 1605 - First edition. 4to. [1], 45; 118 (but 121) leaves, without the 2 leaves of errata (normally only found in late issues) and final blank Hhh2 as often, old ownership inscription to title,contemporary calf, rebacked, neat repairs to edges, a fine copy. First edition of the first great work of English Philosophy. "In October 1605 he published The Twoo Bookes of Francis Bacon: of the Proficience and Advancement of Learning, Divine and Humane. It was the product of his two enforced periods of leisure, first from March 1603 to March 1604 and then from December 1604 to October 1605. The Advancement of Learning, as it is commonly called, was Bacon's first published philosophical work and the only one which he published in English. The Advancement of Learning was divided into two books. The first was an eloquent and powerful defence of the importance of learning to every field of life. It was therefore constructed according to the principles of epideictic oratory. The much longer and more important second book was a general survey of the contemporary state of human knowledge, identifying its deficiencies and supplying Bacon's broad suggestions for improvement. The book's real importance was not so much its encyclopaedic character but rather its professed aim of propagating the Baconian ideas of the advancement of learning and knowledge, and of the practical means of accomplishing it." (ODNB). It is in this work that Bacon sketched out the main themes and ideas that he continued to refine and develop throughout his career, beginning with the notion that there are clear obstacles to or diseases of learning that must be avoided or purged before further progress is possible. Gibson 81; Grolier, Science, 8a; Pforzheimer 36, STC 1164. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Gesamtans., darüber eine Gesamtansicht von Wolfhagen.

      - Kupferstich aus Dilich, Hess. Chronik, 1605, je 6,2 x 20,5 Fauser Nr. 15649 und 15913. Seltene, frühe Ansichten. Wahrscheinlich handelt es sich jeweils um die erste gestochene Ansicht überhaupt.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Il Tesoro della Sanita

      Venice: Lucio Spineda, 1605. Early Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good Condition. Early plain calf, worn, lacking spine label, endpapers refreshed and title adhered to added endpaper in the gutter with a small tear, bidning a touch shaken. Scattered minor foxing, toning and staining, final leaf with a tear in the blank margin. (14), 324pp. Cagle 1133 (1st ed.), Bitting 137 (1601 ed.), Vicaire 303 (various eds.), Simon 537 (1st ed.) First published in Latin in 1565 and Italian in 1586, Durante gives twelve rules for enjoying wine and talks at length about meat, fish, vegetables and condiments. Size: 8vo. Previous owner's book-plate on front pastedown. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Cooking, Wine & Dining; Medicine & Health. Inventory No: CAT000288.

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        Origenis contra Celsum libri VIII. Et Gregorii Neocaesar, Thaumaturgi Panegyricus in Origenem a Davide Hoeschelio, Ex bibliothecis Elect. Palat. Boica et Aug. Graece et Latine nunc primum editi Sigismundus Gelenius, Accessere notae et indices. Angebunden: Origenis Adamantii contra celsum Liber ... Sigismundo Gelenio interprete.

      Augustae Vindelicorum ad insigne pinus. [Augsburg, Dav.. Franck], 1605. 2 Bände in einem Band. [Titelblatt mit gestochener Vignette 4 nn Bll.] 441 S.; 25 S. 511 S. [9 nn Bll.] Quarto ganzpergamneteinband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. Graesse V, 46; Ebert II, 15215; Seltene und gesuchte griechisch/lateinischen Origenes Ausgabe in der Edition von David Hoelschel (1556-1617) und der lateinsichen Übertragung von Sigmund Gelen (1497-1554). Sehr wohlerhalten, Text nur etwas fleckig. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder]
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        Acht Hexenpredigten

      Leipzig, Apel, 1605. - Darinnen Von des Teuffels Mordkindern, der Hexen, Vnhoden, Zauberischen, Drachenleuten, Milchdieben, etc. erschrecklichem Abfalle, Lastern vnd Vbelthaten, dadurch die Göttliche Maiestät gelestert . Bericht, was vermöge heiliger Göttlicher Schrifft . darbey thun solle. 6 Blatt, 119 nummerierte Blatt, (angebunden : mehrere Leichenpredigten der Zeit), Pergamentband der Zeit, 20 x 16 cm, Einband fleckig, innen unterschiedlich (teils stärker) gebräunt, einige Blatt der angebundenen Leichenpredigten angeschmutzt und mit Eckabrissen (teils Textverlust). Versuch des protestantischen Pastors David Meder (1545 bis 1616) Einfluß auf die teils kontroversen Vorstellungen zu nehmen wie Hexen verfolgt und abgeurteilt werden sollten sowie Widersprüchlichkeiten in Bezug auf unterschiedliche Auffassungen von Hexensabbath, Teufelsbuhlschaft und Teufelspakt zu klären. Meder zeigt sich als vehementer Befürworter von Hexenverfolgungen und deren Bestrafung, billigt reuigen Beschuldigten auch eine Gnadengewährung zu und zeigt sich z.b. skeptisch gegenüber Beschuldigungen von bereits in Haft befindlichen angeblichen Hexen.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat H. Carlsen]
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        Testamenti Veteris et Novi Biblia Sacra, ex Hebraeo et Graeco Latina Facta

      Hanover: Typis Wechelianis apud Claud. Marnium & haeredes Johannis Aubrii. Front board detached and spine missing. Fep loose. First title page slightly soiled. Rest very good. Wormed at back board but not affecting the text. 1605. Reprint. Vellum covers. 245mm x 190mm (10" x 7"). xv; 1362pp; 327pp. Woodcut to title page of Old and New Testament and woodcut frontispiece to New Testament. An early Bible of the Protestant Reformation from the translation by Francois Vatable published in 1545 in Paris. .

      [Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd]
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        Epistolarum selectarum centuria prima [–quinta] miscellanea.

      Antwerp: Ex officina Plantiana, apud Ioannem Moretum; viduam & filios Ioannis Moreti 4to (25.8 cm, 10.2"). 5 parts in one vol. [4] ff., 119, [1] pp.; [121]–213, [3] pp.; [4] ff., 108, [4] pp.; [6] ff., 83, [5] pp.; [6] ff., 112, [8] pp.. 1605–14 This is the collected correspondence of the Belgian humanist Lipsius (Joost Lips, 1547–1606) — "one of the most eminent representatives of classical philology between 1550 and 1650" (NCE) — containing nearly => 500 letters to the most illustrious intellectuals of his day, with an index of correspondents at the beginning of each part, including: Carolus Clusius (Charles de l'Ecluse, 1526–1609), Joseph Justus Scaliger (1540–1609), Abraham Ortelius (Ortels, 1527–98), Philipp Nicodemus Frischlin (1547–90), Hugo Grotius (de Groot, 1583–1645), Jacob Pontanus (1542–1626), Jacques Auguste de Thou (Thuanus, 1553–1617), and the printer Balthasar Moretus (1574–1641), who would inherit the Plantin press from his father Jan . . . Printed by Jan Moretus, with the last three parts produced by his widow and children, all five "centuries" feature the famous Plantin device engraved or woodcut on their sectional title-pages, and at the ends of the second and fifth (final) parts. The text is in Latin printed in roman and italic with sparse sidenotes and elaborate woodcut initials and tailpieces. The correspondence was also issued in separate parts, and as part of the Opera omnia in seven volumes with a general title-page dated 1614. Contemporary vellum single-ruled in blind with an ornate central cartouche and four fleurons stamped in black on each cover, manuscript title on spine with raised bands accented by black ruling; red speckled edges, and evidence of four ties. Front joint repaired and new endpapers, text with dust-soiling and a handful of small stains, mild foxing on a few leaves and browning in some sections; faint curves of waterstaining along edges in a few places, small marginal tear on one leaf. => A nice copy of a handsome Plantin–Moretus printing.

      [Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co]
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        Philosophi opera, qvæ extant omnia: a Ivsto Lipsio emendata, et Scholijs illustrata.

      With engraved frontispiece (Justus Lipsius), title page and portrait (Seneca). With one engraved vignette and several woodcut initials in the text. Antwerpiæ, Ex Officina Plantiniana, apud Ioannem Moretum, 1605. Folio. Contemporary somewhat worn full vellum binding. (6) + XXXVI + 796 + 53 + (5) pages. Last leaf blank. With a few marginal tears. Two larger tears repaired. With a few loose sheets and worn endpapers. Some underlining and a minor hole to one leaf.. With the famous Plantin woodcut printers mark

      [Bookseller: Mandøes Antikvariat]
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        Idealisierte Ansichten der Umgebung von Hirschhorn in Richtung Neckarsteinach. Aus: Hessische Chronica.

      Cassel Michael Stubenrauch Druck: Wilhelm Wessel 1605 - Zwei doppelseitige Original-Kupferstiche mit Ansicht des Neckartals um 800 n. Chr. und 1600 n. Chr. und jeweils rückseitigem Text der Seiten 17/18 und 25/26 aus der Chronica von W. Dilich. Blätter mit deutlich sichtbarem Plattenrand des Holzschnittstockes. Holschnitte mit mittiger Faltung. Die Ansicht um 800 n. Chr. ist im unteren Rand knapp beschnitten. Blattgröße: 28 x 19,5 cm und 26,3 x 15,6 cm. Größe der Holzschnitte: 21 x 14 cm und 20,4 x 13,6 cm. - - - Dilich (1571-1655) war der Sohn des Pfarrers Heinrich Scheffer auch Schaeffer von Wabern. Von 1589 bis 1590 studierte er an der Universität Wittenberg und bis 1591 an der Philipps-Universität in Marburg an der Lahn. Dort lernte er den späteren Landgrafen Moritz von Hessen-Kassel kennen, für den er ab 1592 als Grafiker tätig war. Als sein Hauptwerk gilt die "Hessische Chronica" von 1605. Wilhelm Dilich bildete in diesem Buch alle Städte Hessens des 16. Jahrhunderts ab. Oftmals sind die Stadtansichten Wilhelm Dilichs die ältesten nachweisbaren historischen Abbildungen. Zwischen 1607 und 1622 arbeitete er an den Landtafeln hessischer Ämter zwischen Rhein und Weser. Der Maßstab der Aufnahmen reicht von Karten bis hin zu Bauaufnahmen einzelner Burgen wie Ziegenhain, der Marksburg oder Rheinfels über St. Goar. Von 1622 bis 1625 wurde er wegen Überschreitung seiner Befugnisse inhaftiert. Mit Hilfe des Statthalters Wilhelm von Hessen gelang ihm die Flucht nach Kursachsen. Seit März 1625 war Wilhelm Dilich als Kriegsingenieur, Kartograph, Baumeister und Vedutenzeichner im Dienst des sächsischen Kurfürsten Johann Georg I. in Dresden tätig. Dilichs Stiche sind das Werk einer Persönlichkeit und seine Städtebilder sind authentische zeitgenössische Quellen. Bei allen anderen Autoren (Sebastian Münster, Braun-Hogenberg, Kieser-Meissner und Merian) fehlt dieses Bewusstsein. Bei weitem der größte Teil ihrer Darstellungen sind als mehr oder weniger freie Nachbildungen älterer Ansichten anzusehen. So bilden 80 Druckansichten aus Wilhelm Dilichs Werk eine direkte Vorlage für Merians "Topographia Hassiae" von 1646. Dilichs Städtebilder atmen den Geist lebendiger Anschauung; er ist sein eigener Beobachter, Formenschneider und Stecher. (vgl. Wilhelm Niemeyer 1961, 12ff). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist]
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        Histoire admirable des plantes et herbes esmerveillables et miraculeuses en nature : mesmes d'aucunes qui sont vrays zoophytes, ou plant-animales, plantes et animaux tout ensemble, pour avoir vie vegetative, sensitive et animale [.]

      1605 - de (24), 341 et (3) pages Paris, Nicolas Buon, 1605, in-16, de (24), 341 et (3) pages, plein maroquin cerise à grains longs signé Gauché, dos à 5 nerfs, tranches dorées, Première édition peu courante de cette botanique curieuse qui reste imprégnée de légendes alors qu'elle parait à l'aune du classicisme et du rationalisme cartésien. Claude Duret, Bourbonnais, né à Moulins vers 1570, mourut jeune à Paris en 1611. Philologue, naturaliste, il fut avocat, puis président du présidial de sa ville natale. Après avoir publié un ouvrage sur les causes et les effets des mutations des civilisations et des empires, il s'intéressa à des sujets plus scientifiques comme l'explication des marées et la présente botanique. Le travail de botaniste de Duret consiste en une compilation de contes et légendes sur les plantes, en particuliers les plantes exotiques. L'auteur puise à la source de contes occidentaux classiques, mais aussi de fables orientales et indiennes. Ainsi, il décrit des plantes réelles, mais aussi des espèces fictives tel le "Maus" ou "Muse du paradis", telle la "Moly" d'Homère, ou encore telles les "plantes, ou herbes pudiques [.] lesquelles ne veulent estre aucunement touchées", les "Arbres [dont] les troncs ou bois cheuz dans la mer, et pourris par l'eau marine, se muent et changent dans quelque temps en vers, en oyes, ou canes vivantes", ou encore les "Arbres [dont] les fruits et feuilles se muent et changent en oyseaux vivans et volans". Malgré ces fantaisies, Duret décrit aussi de vraies plantes exotiques rares, déjà connus mais encore peu décrite comme l'Ananas, le Figuier d'Inde et la Coca, et ses différents usages (entre autre, elle "donne force et courage aux Indiens"). En outre, l'ouvrage est illustré de 28 bois à la pleine page montrant les différentes plantes étudiées, dont l'ananas. Bien que rogné un peu court, et présentant de rares rousseurs et mouillures claires, bon exemplaire, bien relié durant l'entre-deux guerre. Pritzel 2553 ; Nissen 571, p. 55 : "Pas de zoophytes dans le sens moderne du terme, mais des créatures mythiques" ; Mille et livres botaniques, p. 215 : "livre étonnant dont le texte s'attarde volontiers sur les propriétés mythiques des plantes". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux]
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        Catholicorum Tremoniensium adversus Lutheranicae ibidem factionis praedicantes defensio. In qualegitimae rationes et causae explicantur, ob quas, Catholicae Ecclesiae, in qua nati & educati, Confessione deserta, Augustanam assumere, & profiteri nequeant. Authore Georgio Braunio ArchidiaconoTremoniensi, in Gradibus B. Mariae Virginis Colon. Decano.

      Coloniae (Köln), Apud Bernardum Gualtherum (Bernardus Gualtherus / Bernhard Wolter), 1605 - Einband nur sehr gering fleckig, feine Eintragung auf dem Titelblatt datiert (?) 1641, sehr geringe Stock-/Braunflecken; insgesamt ist dieser frühe Kölner Druck von ganz erstaunlicher Frische. 6 Bll., 249 S.(recte 257 = vollständig),) Latein 195g Kl.8° Pergament-Einband der Zeit mit 2 vergoldeten Supralibros und umseitiger Randleiste mit Lilien, goldgeprägte Jahreszahl 1605 auf dem Rücken,

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Kerstin Daras]
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        A BOOKE NAMED TECTONICON, BRIEFLIE SHEWING THE EXACT MEASURING, AND SPEEDIE RECKONING ALL MANNER OF LAND, SQUARES, TIMBER, STONE, STEEPLES, PILLERS, GLOBES, &c. FURTHER, THE PERFECT MAKING AND LARGE USE OF THE CARPENTER'S RULER

      London, 1605. Small quarto. Dbd. Ttitlepage lightly soiled, minor chip to margin, else very good. In a cloth chemise and matching slipcase, leather label. From the library of Harrison D. Horblit. An extremely rare edition of an important practical work on mensuration by Leonard Digges, an expert mathematician whose chief interest was in the application of that science to surveying, military engineering, and architecture. First published in 1556, this is the ninth edition, according to the new STC. The work plainly had great popularity and usefulness, and continued to appear regularly through 1692.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Sehr liebliches, Kurtzweiliges Künstliches und nützliches Gedicht . Von seiner auß einem Menschen in einen Vernünfftigen Esel, Wunderbaren, schnellen und gefährlichen Metamorphosi, Transmutation und Verwandlung in Eylff außerlesenen Büchern abgetheilet, Auß dem Latein ins Hochdeutsche übersetzt durch Johann Siedern. 12 Bl., 481 (recte 479) S., Titel in Rot und Schwarz, mit typograph. Bordüre. Pergamentbd d. Z. mit handschriftl. Rückentitel.

      Frankfurt, Palthenius, 1605. - Sehr seltene Übertragung des humoristisch-satyrisch-mystischen Romans gegen zügellose Sitten, Aberglauben, Priesterbetrug usw. aus der Zeit um 150 n. Chr. Die 'Metamorphoses' des Apuleius (deutsch meist 'Der goldene Esel') erschienen erstmals deutsch 1538 in Augsburg. Die Übersetzung besorgte Johann Sieder, der damals Sekretär des Bischofs von Würzburg war. Dies ist die zweite Ausgabe dieser Übersetzung. Der komische Roman schildert die Abenteuer des jungen Helden, nachdem er in einen Esel verwandelt wurde. Die berühmteste der darin eingeflochtenen Erzählungen ist das allegorische Märchen 'Amor und Psyche'. Die Vorrede enthält auch eine Beschreibung des Lebens Lucii Apuleii. – Titel mit gelöschtem Stempel. Nur gering gebräunt, gutes Exemplar. – VD17 12:132949W; Graesse I 173; Goed. II 319; Hayn/G. I 104; Schweiger II 13; Eppelsheimer I 100. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Braecklein]
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        Antiphonarium. Vellum manuscript, produced in Spain, most probably between 1603 and 1605.

      N.pl., n.d., 221 leaves in 28 gatherings, lacking leaf 189. Bound in full contemporary calf over thick wooden boards, the binding measures 55x40 cm, the leaves 51x36 cm. - Ref: C. Aniz Iriarte & R. Callejo de Paz, 'Real Monasterio de San Pedro Mártir de Mayorga, fundación de la reina Catalina de Lancáster', Salamanca, 1994. (Details: Back with 5 raised bands, boards with 5 iron studs, iron bands on corners; The text is written in a clear Gothic letter with broad and rounded forms. The letter can be identified as the Iberian Textualis. (see: Albert Derolez, 'The palaeography of Gothic manuscript books from the twelfth to the early sixteenth century'. Cambr. 2006, p. 111) On each folium are 6 lines black text in Latin, with black quadratic musical notation on red staves of 5 lines. The height of the letters is between 1.3 and 1.8 cm. There are two kinds of initials, the majority is painted red and blue, others are spiraling black initials, sometimes highlighted with yellow paint. The penwork of the coloured initials is filled with a red and blue wave-like pattern. The standard initials measure about 7 cm, some of them are bigger. Half of the gatherings bears a faint signature, which runs from a to z and aa to ee. This antiphonarium contains both the 'pars hiemalis' and 'pars aestivalis'. Only the songs for the Laudes and the Vespers are given) (Condition: Back very scuffed and worn, showing several old repairs with strips of leather. The leather along the edges shows wear. Both vellum pastedowns have partly been removed. The joints are split, the hinges weak. Some small holes in the first and last leaves; right lower corners of the leaves greasy and well thumbed. Occasional needle and thread repair to a rip or tear, a few times with the use of a piece of vellum from another manuscript. The last 2 leaves show more repairs. In the lower margin of leaf 70v a manuscript note (18th century?) on the use of a song for the 'Fiesta de Nuestra Señora de Nievas'. There are some small marginal pencil notes in Spanish)(Date/Origin: On the verso of the last leaf has been pasted a blank slip of paper, hiding a clear and legible text, written in 2 columns. The first column reads: 'El escriptor de este libro/ y luysa de quinones/ la q co su diligesia/ lo puso en perfeciones/ pide a vras mercedes/ una ave maria/ en sus oraciones'. The second column: 'La ilustre señora/ de medoca dona nïa/ una magificat pide/ a vras mercedes/ por charidat y cortesia'. (Contraction signs have been omitted). This is, 'The scribe of this book and Luisa de Quiñones, who with her diligence put this to perfection, ask your graces for a 'Ave Maria' in their prayers. The illustrious Señora de Mendoza, novice nun, asks your graces a Magnificat for charity and courtesy'. Luisa de Quiñones, daughter of Don Gonzalo de Quiñones, was prioress of the Monastery of 'San Pedro Martir' in her hometown Mayorga de Campos, near Valladolid, from 1591 till 1594. This is a female convent of the Dominican Order, it still exists and celebrated its 600th anniversary in 1994. Luisa Quiñones is already mentioned as a member of the convent in 1574. Her family acted for some decades as sponsors of the monastery. Under Luisa's guidance the convent flourished, she is remembered in the archives as a 'mujer de grand autoridad'. Luisa left the convent in 1600, but she returned to Mayorga in 1603. Meanwhile young novice 'Sor Juana de Mendoza Hurtado' had entered the monastery in 1601. In March 1605 Juana took her monastic profession. If this Juana is the same as the 'señora de Mendoca', described on the last page as 'donada novicia' (novice), this antiphonarium must have been written between 1603 and 1605. Luisa may have taken care of the production of the manuscript and Juana, who brought a large monastic dowry, received thanks for providing the funds. Who the scribe was, is unknown. The Dominican scholars Aniz Iriarte & Callejo de Paz, who investigated the history of the monastery, do not mention the existence of a scriptorium)(Provenance: The last owner of this book was the Dutch parish priest Marinus Petrus Janssen, 1923-2014, since 1978 priest in Sluis, Zeeland) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Refranes o proverbios castellanos traduzidos en lengua Francesa. Proverbes espagnols traduicts en françois.

      Quintessential Spanish folklore and wit, translated for French readers: Each of these alphabetically organized proverbs is given in the original Spanish printed in roman type, followed by the French in italics. At the back of the volume is a section of => rhymed proverbs taken from Alonso Guajardo Fajardo's Proverbios morales (with non-rhyming French). This is the third edition, corrected and expanded, following the first of 1605. The compiler was a French polyglot, grammarian, and translator to King Louis XIII; he holds the distinction of having been the first person to render Don Quixote in French.

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        Les Propheties. Reueuës & corrigées sur la coppie imprimée à Lyon par Benoist Rigaud, 1568.

      O. O. und Dr., 1605. Mit Portrait des Nostradamus als Titelholzschnitt. 63 (falsch 93) num. Bll., 1 Bl.; 56 num., 8 unn. Bll. HLdr. des 18. Jhdts. mit Rückenverg. Chomorat 166; Ruzo 62; Gregorio 1605-001; Graesse IV, 689, Anm.; Caillet 8071. - Paginierung sehr ungenau. - Titel fleckig, gestempelt und rückseitig mit stark durchschlagendem durchgestrich. Besitzvermerk in brauner Tinte. Text leicht stockfleckig. Knapp beschnitten. Rücken etwas beschabt und wurmstichig. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Historia Virginalis de Beatissimae Mariae..vita et miraculis, ad utranque hominum sanitatem pertinentibus, tam publicae concioni, quam primatae cuiusque lectioni fructuosa ; Ad gymnasia societatis eiusdemque...

      Sonnius Paris 1605 (....Sodalitia in laudem sanctissimae Deiparae Virginis instituta: Liber primus - Liber quintus ( Buch 1-5 ) ). ( In lateinischer Sprache ) Titelblatt mit Holzschnittdruckermarke, 9 n.n. Blätter ( Vorrede und Index ), 714 Seiten, 1 Blatt *Errata*. Mit einigen gestochenen Vignetten im Text, blindgeprägter Ganzlederband der Zeit mit umlaufendem, gepunztem Goldschnitt, 8° ( 17 x 11 cm ). Der Einband ist stark berieben, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen, Vorderdeckel beschädigt mit Fehlstellen zum Innen- und Außenrand hin im Bezug, der schmale Einbandrücken mit einigen kleinen Wurmlöchern sowie einer Fehlstelle zum oberen Kapital hin, Schließenbänder fehlen. Der ehemals vorhanden Goldschnitt ist stark berieben und verblaßt. Innen vorderes fliegendes Blatt mit längeren handschriftlichem Vermerk von alter Hand sowie alten Besitzvermerken. Das Titelblatt mit handschriftlichen ( gelöschten ) Notizen von alter Hand, etwas fleckig, der Index mit handschriftlicher Seitenangabe von alter Hand, wenige Seiten gering fleckig bzw. mit kleinen Randnotizen von alter Hand, wenige Seiten gering angeknickt. Der Text ca. ab Seite 183 durchgehend mit 2 - 3 kleinen Wurmlöchern unter teils Buchstabenverlust. - außerordentlich selten - ( Gewicht 550 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Bonifatius, Johannes, Bonifacius, Ionnis, Gesellschaft Jesu, Sonnis, Sonnium, Jungfrau, Maria, Jungfräulichkeit

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        PHILIP IV OF SPAIN: Königliche Urkunde aus dem 17. Jahrhundert von Philipp IV., König von Spanien, und Graf Cesare Airoldo, königlicher Schatzmeister in Mailand.

      - Quartformat (ca. 21 x 31 cm), Vorsatzblatt aus Papier, 48 nummerierte und beidseitig beschriebene Blätter aus Pergament, Titelblatt mit kalligraphischer Kopfzeile mit gezeichneter Kartusche, Federwerk und eingestempelten spanisch-königlichem Wappen, mehrere Kanzleiunterschriften (Buchblock gebrochen, mehrere Lagen lose, etwas gebräunt und fleckig); flexibler Pergamenteinband der Zeit mit grünen Schließbändern (fleckig, gebräunt, etwas berieben und bestoßen). Lateinisch-spanische Urkunde über einen Verkauf zugunsten des königlichen Schatzmeisters in Mailand, Conte Cesare Airoldo: „Vendita del Real dritto del Xma, e tari, fatta dalla R. C. in favore di Cesare Ajroldi e conferma della medesima. Vol. No. 8. Ajroldi" (Titel auf dem Buchrücken). Der 48 Blätter umfassende Urkundentext ist in brauner Tinte handschriftlich verfasst und zeichnet sich durch einen akkurat eingehaltenen Satzspiegel und ein gleichmäßiges Schriftbild aus. Verwendet wurde der Schrifttyp der escritura cancelleresca, bei der es sich um eine elegante Kursive handelt, die vorrangig für den kommunikativen Gebrauch verwendet wurde. Die Urkunde wird mit einer kalligraphischen Kopfzeile mit gezeichneter Kartusche, Federwerk und eingestempelten spanisch-königlichem Wappen sowie der Intitulation des Urkundenausstellers, Philipp IV., König von Spanien (1605-1665), eingeleitet: „Nos Philippus Dei Gratia Rex Castellae Aragonum [ ]" (fol. 1 r). Gegenstand ist ein am 8. Mai 1650 besiegeltes Verkaufsgeschäft mit dem aus Italien stammenden Cesare Airoldo, Graf von Lecco (gest. 1681), dem Schatzmeister von Mailand. Die Airoldi stammten aus der Gegend um Lecco bei Mailand und hatten im 16. und 17. Jahrhundert verschiedene Regierungs- und Verwaltungsposten inne. Sie pflegten ein enges Vertrauensverhältnis zur Habsburgermonarchie in Spanien und Österreich. Ab Mitte des 17. Jahrhunderts bis Mitte des 18. Jahrhunderts hatten vier Repräsentanten der Familie das Amt des Schatzmeisters von Mailand inne – beginnend mit Cesare Airoldi, der das Amt von 1650 bis zu seinem Tod im Jahr 1681 bekleidete. Cesare hatte das Amt als Dank für seine treuen Dienste erhalten, hielt sich den Großteil seiner Amtszeit jedoch am spanischen Hof in Madrid auf und wurde durch seinen Bruder Marcellino in Mailand vertreten.

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        Schloß Krakau mit der Einnahme durch Spinola am 4.-7. November 1605; unten rechts Ansicht von Krefeld ('Krakow').

      - Kupferstich aus Hogenbergs Geschichtsblätter, um 1605, 21 x 28 Hellwig, Franz Hogenberg - Abraham Hogenberg. Geschichtsblätter, Nr. 381. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        The Twoo Bookes of Francis Bacon.

      London: For Henrie Tomes, 1605. First edition. Octavo, original vellum. Sir Roger Twysden's copy (1597-1672) with his signature dated 1621 and extensive notes in the blank pages at the beginning and end. Some staining to some pages, and contemporary marginalia. Rare in contemporary binding. Francis Bacon's "insistence on making science experimental and factual, rather than speculative and philosophical, had powerful consequences. He saw clearly the limitations of Aristotelian and scholastic methods and the growing breach between the thinking of his time and that of the Middle Ages is more precisely formulated than in that of, say, Tommaso Campanella or Giordano Bruno. As a philosopher Bacon's influence on Locke and through him on subsequent English schools of psychology and ethics was profound. Leibniz, Huygens and particularly Robert Boyle were deeply indebted to him, as were the Encyclop?distes, and Voltaire, who called him 'le p?re de la philosophie experimentale" (PMM).

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        Chirurgische Bücher und Schrifften Jetzt auffs New auss den Originalen / und Theophrasti eygnen Handschrifften / so viel derselben zubekomen gewesen / auffs trewlichst und vleissigest wider an tag geben (.) Durch Johannem Huserum Brisgoium.

      Lazarus Zetzner,, Strassburg, 1605 - 4 Teile in 1 Bd. (ohne Anhang). Strassburg, Lazarus Zetzner, 1605. 4°. (2) Bl., (12), 148 S., (2) S., S. 149-329, (1) S., S. 330-523, (1) S., S. (524)-628 (recte 682), (39) S. (Register). Titel in Rot u. Schwarz mit Holzschnittrahmen (u.a. mit Paracelsus's Portrait) sowie 4 (wiederholten) Holzschnittvignetten (dv. 1 in den Haupttitel integriert). Schweinslederbd. d. Zeit mit Platten- u. Rollstempelverzierung über Holzdeckeln mit 2 Metallschliessen (bestossen. leicht berieben u. fleckig). Krivatsy 8562. - VD17 3:313744Z. - Sudhoff 267. - Diese erste Ausgabe der chirurgischen Schriften "(.) ist abgesehen von der Gr. Wundarznei ein vollständig neues Werk nach Huser's Handschrift gedruckt und von allergrösstem Werthe für die Kenntniss Hohenheims" (Sudhoff). - Es fehlt der Appendix von 115 S. mit alchemistischen u. medizinischen Traktaten. Mit einigen Marginalien von alter Hand in Blei. Fusssteg bis S. 80 mit Wasserfleck. Durchgehend stärker gebräunt. - Résumé: First edition of the surgical writings. Without appendix (115 pages). Contemporary pigskin on wooden boards (stained, rubbed and bumped). Throughout foxed and browned. (bestossen. leicht berieben u. fleckig). Schweinslederbd. d. Zeit mit Platten- u. Rollstempelverzierung über Holzdeckeln mit 2 Metallschliessen [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Rariorum plantarum Historia. Antwerp, Officina Plantiniana apud J. Moretum, 1601. Folio (340 x 215mm). pp. (xiv, including portrait), 364, cccxlviii, (12), (28, Altera appendix, here bound in the second volume), with engraved title, engraved portrait, and 1109 woodcuts in the text. (AND:) CLUSIUS, C. Exoticorum libri decem: quibus animalium, plantarum, aromatum, aliorumque peregrinorum fructuum historiae describuntur: Item Petri Bellonis Observationibus.

      - Leiden, Officina Plantiniana, Franciscus Raphelingius the younger, 1605. Folio. pp. (xvi), 378, (10); 52; (xii), 242, (2), with engraved title, two woodcut maps of the Hellespont and Alexandria, and 275 woodcuts in text (96 non-botanical). (Together with:) CLUSIUS, C. Curae posteriores, seu plurimarum non ante cognitarum. Leiden, ex officina Plantiniana Raphelengii, 1611. pp. (6), 71, 24, with engraved title and 34 woodcuts. Bound in 2 contemporary mottled calf bindings, richly gilt ornamented spines with gilt lettered labels (some minor skilful repairs). First edition of the two volumes of L'Écluse's collected works, including the rare portrait in the Rariorum, which is almost always lacking.I. First edition. The first part of the work synthesises material presented in L'Écluse's 'Rariorum aliquot Stirpium per Pannoniam et Austriam Observatarum Historia', Antwerp 1583 and his 'Rariorum aliquot Stirpium per Hispanias.' Antwerp 1576, along with additions describing new plants. It is followed by the 'Fungorum historia', the first published treatise on fungi, which L'Écluse had composed during his stay with the Count of Batthyam in Hungary, Giovanni Pona's 'Plantae quae in Baldo Monte reperiuntur', and letters of Honorius Belli and Tobias Roelsius. Approximately one hundred new species are described for the first time.The engraved title has a fine architectural border with representations of Adam and Solomon, and Theophrastus and Dioscorides, surrounded by pots of exotic plants, such as lilies and tulips (the latter were introduced into European cultivation by L'Écluse). The portrait, signed D. Gheyn, depicts L'Écluse in an oval cartouche incorporating a coat-of-arms and surrounded by pots of tulips, lilies, fritillaries, etc., two winged Naiads emerging from cornucopiae overflowing with plants, tiaras of sea-urchins on their heads, nuts, seeds, and corals strewn below.Of the 1109 woodcuts, 233 are from the Spanish flora and 356 from the Austro-Hungarian flora, and were cut by Gerard van Kampen after drawings by L'Écluse and Pieter van der Borcht. The remaining blocks were cut by the son of Virgil Solis in Frankfurt.II. First edition of the sequel to the author's 'Rariorum plantarum historia', 1601, containing further works not published in the former, and mostly devoted to exotic plants and animals. The first six books, Libri I-VI, are new writings by L'Écluse, devoted to new species of plants, animals, and natural history products from the New World, Southeast Asia, Africa, etc. This work is important for the number of new descriptions of non-European plants (and some animals) it contains, among which is the first published record and illustration of a South African plant. 'It is of particular importance to us in containing an illustration of a dried inflorescence of Protea neriifolia. Clusius provided a full description of the specimen, which he referred to as an 'elegant thistle' (Carduus), and reported that it was collected at Antongil Bay on the north-east coast of Madagascar during a Dutch trading expedition to Java in 1597. The locality recorded was clearly incorrect and there can be no doubt that the specimen must have been picked up during a call for fresh water somewhere along the Cape coast. It has the distinction of being the first known botanical object to have reached Europe from South Africa' (Todd and Gunn, Botanical exploration of South Africa p. 13).There is an extensive account of exotic seeds sent to him by various explorers. Libri VII-X comprise L' Écluse's translations, with commentary, of da Orta, Acosta, and Monardes. This is followed by further works by Monardes translated by L'Écluse, entitled 'Libri tres, magna medicina secreta et varia experimenta continentes' (on the bezoar stone, iron, snow, etc), 'Libellus de rosa' and 'Dissertatiuncula de citriis'. This is followed by the 'Altera appendix', intended as a supplement to the 'Rariorum plantarum historiae', and L'Écluse's translations of and commentar [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Vietnam/Gulf of Tonkin/Hainan, anno 1676, map, Tavernier J.B.

      Tavernier J.B., 1605-89 - Vietnam/Gulf of Tonkin/Hainan, anno 1676, map, Tavernier J.B. Tavernier (1605-1689) was a famous French merchant whose travels pioneered trade with India and the Orient. The map: "Carte Faite sur les lieux par Daniel Tavernier en plusieurs Voiages qu il a fait au Tonquin" Size of the map: 205x165 mm.A very desirable map of the Indochine coast. The mapmaker has named the Con Son Islands "Tortues" due to the abundance of turtles and has decorated the map with a compass rose, title cartouche, ships and a lovely vignette of Neptune riding his chariot across the sea. Good print, small tear on right margin (1 cm.) FOR MORE INFORMATIONS PLEASE KLICK BELOW LINK. Reference: Thomas Suarez in Early mapping of Southeast Asia, Fig. 131 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Q. Horatius Flaccus, ex fide atque auctoritate complurium librorum manuscriptorum, opera Dyonisii Lambini Monstroliensis., Emendatus & cum diversis exemplaribus antiquis comparatus. Accesserunt postrema huic editioni; Adriani Turnebi philosophiae et Graecarum literarum Regij professoris in eundem Horatium Commentarij - unito - Horatius Flaccus, Quintus: Sermonum, seu Eclogarum libri duo: Epistolarum libri totidem

      apud Bartholomaeum Macaeum, Parisiis - anni 1605/1604; in folio (cm 33 x 22,5), pp. 2 b., 12 nn., 380; 462, 23 nn., 1 b., 24 nn. (Index rerum & verborum); p/perg. recente antichizzata, ds. a nervi con tit. manos., 2 front. con grande marca tip. con motto, di cui il 1° in rosso e nero, alcune grandi testatine e numerosi capil. ornati; testo su 2 col. con diversi caratteri tip., tra cui quello greco. Opera dedicata a Carlo IX re di Francia di questa edizione molto corretta arricchita dai commenti di due celebri latinisti. Lievi bruniture dovute al tipo di carta e lievi fior., qc. galleria di tarlo che non interessa il testo, antica macchia marginale d'inchiostro a 3 pp., ma buon esemplare. Raro. 573/24

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        Sanctus Iacinctus Polonus. De familia comitum Odrouos, S. Dominici socius et discipulus, et Ordinis Praedicatorum primus in septentrione fundator. In Sanctorum catalogo adscriptus à S.mo D. N. Clemente VIII. Pont. Max. die 17 mensis Aprilis, anno dni. 1594.

      Köln, Peter Overradt, 1605. - Kupferstich, ca. 210 x 308 mm. Alt auf Trägerpapier aufgezogen. Seltener Stich mit Szenen aus dem Leben des Hl. Hyacinth (Jacek Odrowaz), Begründer des Dominikanerordens in Polen und Patron Litauens. Seine Missionsreise führte Hyazinth auch nach Friesach (Kärnten), wo er 1221 das erste Dominikanerkloster im deutschen Sprachraum gründete. - Der polnische Maler Martin Baron aus dem galizischen Jaroslaw war wahrscheinlich in Deutschland tätig. "Er malte Heiligenbilder, nach welchen Peter Overadt in Köln zwei 1605 und 1606 gestochen hat, den hl. Stanislaus Kostka und den hl. Hyacinth darstellend. Weitere Nachrichten über ihn fehlen gänzlich" (Thieme/B.). - Gleichmäßig stärker gebräunt; Spuren alter Faltung; einige Wurmspuren, teils auch das Bild betreffend. Residuum der Sammlung Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872). Thieme/Becker II, 516.

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        Institutiones Juris Anglicani Ad Methodum Et Serium Institutionum

      1605. "The Most Learned Civilian of His Time" Cowell, John [1554-1611]. Institutiones Juris Anglicani Ad Methodum Et Serium Institutionum Imperialium Compositae & Digestae. Opus non Solum Iuris Anglicani Romaniq[ue] in hoc Regno Studiosis, Sed Omnibus qui Politeian & Consuetudines Inclyti Nostri Imperii Penitius Scire Cupiunt, Utile & Accommodatum. Cum Duplici Indice, Quorum Alter Titulos Ordine Alphabetico, Alter Obscuras Iuris Ang. Dictiones Earumq[ue] Explicationem Continet. Cambridge: Ex Officina Iohannis Legat, 1605. [xii], 268, [20] pp. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4-1/2"). Contemporary limp vellum, early hand-lettered title to spine. Moderate soiling, corners and spine ends bumped, small hole to center of spine, pastedowns loose. Large seal of Cambridge University to verso of title. Some toning, moderate edgewear to endleaves. Early owner signature (of Charles Milborne) to front and rear endleaves, interior otherwise clean. * First edition. As Walker notes, Cowell was "the most learned civilian of his time." Regius Professor of Civil Law at Cambridge from 1594 to 1611, he is remembered today as the author of an important (and controversial) dictionary, The Interpreter (1607), which went through several subsequent editions. As indicated by its title, the Institutiones is an elementary textbook on English law organized in the manner of Justinian's Institutes. As Holdsworth notes, "The objects of [this book] were to promote the union of England and Scotland by pointing out the resemblances between the common law and the civil law; to give the student of the common law some knowledge of the general principles of law; and to show the students of the civil law that if they would study the common law, they would improve their knowledge of both laws, and cease to be regarded as mere children in legal knowledge. That these ideas were sound is fairly obvious [today]... but they were in advance of their time." A translation of this book was ordered by Parliament in 1651, which indicates its stature during the Commonwealth period (despite Cowell's support of the crown). There were five editions in all; the final edition, in Latin, was published in 1676. Walker, The Oxford Companion to Law 311. Holdsworth, A History of English Law V:21. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the

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        In Hoc Volumine continentur omnes Casus antehac impressi, qui acciderunt annis Regum Henrici quarti, & Henrici quinti [1399-1422], non modo impressorum, Sed etiam manu scriptorum exemplarium collatione emendati [etc.]. S.T.C. 9610. Folio

      A rare example of a Year Book reporting cases from more than one reign, and the only Year Book to report cases from the reigns of both Henry IV and Henry V (apart from the later Vulgate edition), with a separate title for each reign. Contemporary calf, somewhat rubbed and spotted, else a very good copy, with the 17th century ownership signature of John Legard, Inner Temple barrister. In aedibus Thomae Wight, London, 1605.

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        Les VII Psalmes de la pénitence de David Traduicts de l'italien de P l'Ar

      Paris: Chez Abrah. Saugrain , 1605. Fine. Chez Abrah. Saugrain , Paris 1605, petit -in-12 (7x13,5cm), (1f. tit.) (3f. épit.) (1p. priv.) (6p. arg.) (1p. bl.) 161pp., relié. - Binding XVIII in full morocco lemon. Back smooth decorated with the grotesque, as part red morocco. Large gold lace framing boards. Gold lace framing of paper contreplats cream gold stars. All edges gilt. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, rare, de cette nouvelle traduction française par François de Rosset, l'oeuvre avait auparavant été traduite en 1540 par Vauzelles. Reliure XVIIIème en plein maroquin citron. Dos lisse orné à la grotesque, pièce de titre de maroquin rouge. Large dentelle dorée en encadrement des plats. Dentelle dorée en encadrement des contreplats de papier crème à étoiles dorées. Toutes tranches dorées. Deux coins très légèrement émoussés, sinon très bel exemplaire. La traduction de l'Aretin n'en est en fait pas une, c'est une manière de paraphrase, avec des reformulations amplifiées ou au contraire minimisées, l'Aretin mettant l'accent sur telle scène ou tel sentiment ou au contraire diminuant leur intensité. En outre, il s'agit bien d'une interprétation manifeste du sens des psaumes et une mise en scène dramatique de ces derniers, l'Aretin cherchant à démontrer sa thèse principale de correspondance entre la miséricorde divine et l'efficacité de la pénitence ; il transforme ainsi des textes divers en une unité suivie en créant un narrateur qui parle de David à la troisième personne, et qui lui permet, non seulement de donner des commentaires mais d'encadrer le texte à la première personne des psaumes : c'est une forme de recréation littéraire.  

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        L. Annaei Senecae Philosophi Opera, quae extant omnia: A Iusto Lipsio emendata, et Scholijs illustrata.

      Ex Officina Plantiniana, apud Ioannem Moretum, Antwerpen/Antwerp 1605. Folio. XXXVI+796+53+(5) pages. Engraved frontispiece portrait (Lipsius) + engraved titlepage + engraved portrait (Seneca). Woodcut intials and endpieces plus woodcut printer's device on last leaf. Contemporary vellum binding. Some superficial traces of age to the binding; front hinge broken 6 cm at upper spine-end. Tear in the paper of back pastedown (repairable). Book-block generally in fine condition.. A reasonable copy of the first Plantin/Moretus edition of Seneca's philosophical works, being an impressive piece of masterful typography and Flemish late Renaissance book design. Brunet V,276f. Graesse VI,348.** The 1605 Seneca edition must be considered as one of the most important scholarly achievements by the stoicist humanist philosopher Justus Lipsius (1547-1606). Three later editions followed after his death, the first in 1615. The printer, Jean Moretus (1543-1609) was born in Antwerp and became the son-in-law of printer and publisher Christophe Plantin (1520-1589) in 1570. Moretus had been working for Plantin since 1557, and after his death, Jean Moretus became the owner of his renowned printer's office

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        Libro intitulado Insinuación de la Divina Piedad, revelaciones de Sancta Gertrudis, monja de la Orden de Sant Benito Traduzido del latin en romance por Fray Leandro de Granada, al qual él de nuevo intitula Practica de Perfection, y añade unos Discursos y unas Scholias

      Salamanca, en casa de Antonia Ramirez Viuda, 1605. 4to.; 8 hs., incluída la magnífica portada grabada, 104 pp., 422 pp. + 154 pp. para las «Oraciones y Exercicios» [de 158 pp., faltando pues las dos hojas finales y una hoja de colofón]. Ejemplar con pérdida de cuatro lineas de texto en la página 17/18 y algunas palabras en la esquina exterior de la página 19/20. Encuadernación moderna en media tela.

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        L. Annaei Senecae Philosophi Opera, quae extant omnia: A Iusto Lipsio emendata, et Scholijs illustrata.

      - Ex Officina Plantiniana, apud Ioannem Moretum, Antwerpen/Antwerp 1605. Folio. XXXVI+796+53+(5) pages. Engraved frontispiece portrait (Lipsius) + engraved titlepage + engraved portrait (Seneca). Woodcut intials and endpieces plus woodcut printer's device on last leaf. Contemporary vellum binding. Some superficial traces of age to the binding; front hinge broken 6 cm at upper spine-end. Tear in the paper of back pastedown (repairable). Book-block generally in fine condition. * A reasonable copy of the first Plantin/Moretus edition of Seneca's philosophical works, being an impressive piece of masterful typography and Flemish late Renaissance book design. Brunet V,276f. Graesse VI,348.** The 1605 Seneca edition must be considered as one of the most important scholarly achievements by the stoicist humanist philosopher Justus Lipsius (1547-1606). Three later editions followed after his death, the first in 1615. The printer, Jean Moretus (1543-1609) was born in Antwerp and became the son-in-law of printer and publisher Christophe Plantin (1520-1589) in 1570. Moretus had been working for Plantin since 1557, and after his death, Jean Moretus became the owner of his renowned printer's office. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Historia della famiglia Conti di Padova, di Vicenza, et delle discendenti da essa, con l'albero

      Vicenza: Appresso Gioan Pietro Gioannini Small 4to. [3 (of 4)] ff., 210 pp., [1 (blank)] f.. 1605 Important history (with genealogical table at end) of this influential family of Paduans and Vicenzans. Salici based his work on various old and then-contemporary writers' works. The volume's title-page has a woodcut of a non-Aldine dolphin and anchor device.Uncommon: We locate only three copies in U.S. libraries.Provenance: Bookplates of Lord Farnham and the famous Bibliotheca Lindesiana. 20th-century faux leather. Two blank portions of title-page excised (old ownership stamps/signatures?); repaired sometime back and next two leaves also with old repairs at gutter. Lacks one preliminary leaf; usually-slim strip of water- or damp-damage affecting top margins in various degrees; all edges red.

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        The Fift Part of the Reports of Sr. Edward Coke Knight, the Kings Attorney Generall: Of diuers Resolutions and Iudgements giuen vpon great deliberation . . . by the reuerend Iudges and Sages of the Law [etc.] [Title also in Latin]. S.T.C. 5504 variant

      London: Printed for the Companie of Stationers, 1605. Modern calf, signature of Robert Paynell of Gray's Inn (admitted 1619) on the first title, with his extensive gloss throughout; the Taussig copy First edition of the fifth part of Coke's Reports, possibly a unique copy, with two title pages and the two sets of preliminaries, one in double column and the other not, this copy separately identified and discussed in the STC Addenda and in ESTC

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        Sanctus Iacinctus Polonus. De familia comitum Odrouos, S. Dominici socius et discipulus, et Ordinis Praedicatorum primus in septentrione fundator. In Sanctorum catalogo adscriptus a S.mo D. N. Clemente VIII. Pont. Max. die 17 mensis Aprilis, anno dni. 1594.

      Köln, Peter Overradt, 1605.. Kupferstich, ca. 210 x 308 mm. Alt auf Trägerpapier aufgezogen.. Seltener Stich mit Szenen aus dem Leben des Hl. Hyacinth (Jacek Odrowaz), Begründer des Dominikanerordens in Polen und Patron Litauens. Seine Missionsreise führte Hyazinth auch nach Friesach (Kärnten), wo er 1221 das erste Dominikanerkloster im deutschen Sprachraum gründete. - Der polnische Maler Martin Baron aus dem galizischen Jaroslaw war wahrscheinlich in Deutschland tätig. "Er malte Heiligenbilder, nach welchen Peter Overadt in Köln zwei 1605 und 1606 gestochen hat, den hl. Stanislaus Kostka und den hl. Hyacinth darstellend. Weitere Nachrichten über ihn fehlen gänzlich" (Thieme/B.). - Gleichmäßig stärker gebräunt; Spuren alter Faltung; einige Wurmspuren, teils auch das Bild betreffend. Residuum der Sammlung Sir Thomas Phillipps (1792-1872). - Thieme/Becker II, 516.

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        Universae naturae theatrum. In quo rerum omnium effectrices causae, & fines contemplantur, & continuae series quinque libris discutiuntur.

      Hannover, Wechel, 1605.. 8°, circa 17,4 x 12 cm. 8 Bll., 633 (recte 631) SS., mit Druckermarke auf dem Titel, einigen Initialen und Holzschnitten im Text Pergament d. Zt.. VD 17 39:113616L; Graesse I, 459f. Seltenes und kurioses, erstmals 1596 erschienenes Werk des grossen französischen Staatstheoretikers und Philosophen Jean Bodin (1530-1596), der hier eine Art Enzyklopädie der Natur in Form eines Dialoges zwischen einem Schüler und seinem Meister präsentiert. - "Les cinq livres traitent successivement de generalites sur la nature; des elements, meteores et mineraux; des vegetaux et animaux; de l'ame et du seul etre physique dote d'une ame: l'homme; des corps celestes et des anges. Inspire de la Bible, du neo-platonisme et de la kabbale, le 'Theatrum' est une oeuvre difficile." (Crahay L1b.2 und S. 291). - Gut erhalten, Titel verso mit altem, teils entferntem Stempel, kaum gebräunt, Einband etwas berieben, mit kleinen Wurmstichen, ohne Bindebänder, sonst schön.

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        Vetustissimae tabulae aeneae sacris Aegyptiorum simulachris coelatae accurata explicatio [..].

      apud Io. Anto. Rampazettum 1605 In - 4° (cm. 22,4), legatura antica in m. pelle con titolo e dati tip. in oro su tasselli al dorso (strappi al medesimo), pp. [12], 43, [1b.] con una gradevolissima veduta in rame di piazza San Marco a Venezia al frontespizio, numerose illustrazioni n.t. in silografia e 5 tavole illustrative f.t. in silografia in fine (reperti egizi disegnati e incisi da Giacomo Franco); leggere fioriture sparse e lievi bruniture, una firma anticamente depennata al verso dell'ultima tavola. Rara prima edizione della prima opera storicamente e archeologicamente rigorosa dedicata all'antico Egitto, uno dei testi fondanti dell'egittologia moderna. Il gesuita Pignoria (1571 - 1631) esaminò la cosiddetta Mensa Isiaca scoperta a Roma durante il saccheggio dei Lanzichenecchi e diversamente da altri studiosi (tipo A. Kircher) la ritenne una rappresentazione delle cerimonie sacrificali degli antichi egizi. «Prezioso libro» [Cicognara 2544]. Cfr. Caillet 8681, Gay 1567. Buon esemplare.

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        Remaines of a Greater Worke, Concerning Britaine, the inhabitantes thereof, their Languages, Names, Surnames, Empreses, Wisespeeches, Poësies, and Epitaphes,

      Printed by G.E. for Symon Waterson, London 1605 - Small 4to. (vi)235,(1),59,(1)pp. Original full sheep. 19th century half leather. spine in 6 compartments with gilt rules and title; marbled paper boards. Text lacking leaf N3, but facsimile present. Hinges and edges rubbed; contemporary ink notes and doodles, title page with reinforcement of a closed tear at lower edge ( no loss) else this is a very good copy. Dedication signed M.N., i.e. William Camden. Printer's device on title page. Subsequent editions (and there were many) published as Remaines concerning Britaine. STC 4521; ESTC S107408. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        MANIFATTURE DEL REGIO PARCO MANIFACTURES DU PARC ROYAL

      Incisione originale eseguita all'acquaforte su matrice di rame, impressa in seppia, senza testo al verso. In lastra, sotto la parte figurata, indicazione degli autori, titolo in francese e in versione italiana, nonché indirizzo dello stampatore in italiano. L'opera, notevole per raffinatezza tecnica e interesse vedutistico, è tratta da un album di 16 vedute di Torino, di chiese e residenze sabaude site nei dintorni della città nonché di altre residenze sabaude erette in altre zone del Piemonte (quali i castelli di Govone e Racconigi). La suite venne eseguita da un abile incisore milanese, su invenzione del disegnatore e litografo piemontese Nicolosino. L'immagine in esame raffigura l'edificio delle Manifatture Tabacchi, animano la veduta personaggi ed imbarcazioni sul fiume; il castello del Regio Parco, detto del Viboccone aveva annessa una chiesa costruita nel 1605 ed affrescata dal Moncalvo, completamente rovinato durante l'assedio del 1706, non fu più ricostruito e sulla sua area sorsero, nel 1768 la manifattura tabacchi, su disegno dell'architetto Ferroggio, e nel 1828 l'attuale Cimitero. Esemplare in buono stato conservativo.

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        Les Propheties. Reueuës & corrigées sur la coppie imprimée à Lyon par Benoist Rigaud, 1568

      O. O. und Dr., 1605.. Mit Portrait des Nostradamus als Titelholzschnitt. 63 (falsch 93) num. Bll., 1 Bl.; 56 num., 8 unn. Bll. HLdr. des 18. Jhdts. mit Rückenverg. Chomorat 166; Ruzo 62; Gregorio 1605-001; Graesse IV, 689, Anm.; Caillet 8071. - Paginierung sehr ungenau. - Titel fleckig, gestempelt und rückseitig mit stark durchschlagendem durchgestrich. Besitzvermerk in brauner Tinte. Text leicht stockfleckig. Knapp beschnitten. Rücken etwas beschabt und wurmstichig.

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        Epistolarum selectarum centuria prima [–quinta] miscellanea

      Antwerp: Ex officina Plantiana, apud Ioannem Moretum; viduam & filios Ioannis Moreti 4to (25.8 cm, 10.2"). 5 parts in one vol. [4] ff., 119, [1] pp.; [121]–213, [3] pp.; [4] ff., 108, [4] pp.; [6] ff., 83, [5] pp.; [6] ff., 112, [8] pp.. 1605–14 This is the collected correspondence of the Belgian humanist Lipsius (Joost Lips, 1547–1606) — "one of the most eminent representatives of classical philology between 1550 and 1650" (NCE) — containing nearly => 500 letters to the most illustrious intellectuals of his day, with an index of correspondents at the beginning of each part, including: Carolus Clusius (Charles de l'Ecluse, 1526–1609), Joseph Justus Scaliger (1540–1609), Abraham Ortelius (Ortels, 1527–98), Philipp Nicodemus Frischlin (1547–90), Hugo Grotius (de Groot, 1583–1645), Jacob Pontanus (1542–1626), Jacques Auguste de Thou (Thuanus, 1553–1617), and the printer Balthasar Moretus (1574–1641), who would inherit the Plantin press from his father Jan . . . Printed by Jan Moretus, with the last three parts produced by his widow and children, all five "centuries" feature the famous Plantin device engraved or woodcut on their sectional title-pages, and at the ends of the second and fifth (final) parts. The text is in Latin printed in roman and italic with sparse sidenotes and elaborate woodcut initials and tailpieces. The correspondence was also issued in separate parts, and as part of the Opera omnia in seven volumes with a general title-page dated 1614. Contemporary vellum single-ruled in blind with an ornate central cartouche and four fleurons stamped in black on each cover, manuscript title on spine with raised bands accented by black ruling; red speckled edges, and evidence of four ties. Front joint repaired and new endpapers, text with dust-soiling and a handful of small stains, mild foxing on a few leaves and browning in some sections; faint curves of waterstaining along edges in a few places, small marginal tear on one leaf. => A nice copy of a handsome Plantin–Moretus printing.

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        Libro intitulado Insinuación de la Divina Piedad, revelaciones de Sancta Gertrudis, monja de la Orden de Sant Benito. Traduzido del latin en romance por Fray Leandro de Granada, al qual él de nuevo intitula Practica de Perfection, y añade unos Discursos y unas Scholias.

      Salamanca, en casa de Antonia Ramirez Viuda, 1605. - 4to.; 8 hs., incluída la magnífica portada grabada, 104 pp., 422 pp. + 154 pp. para las «Oraciones y Exercicios» [de 158 pp., faltando pues las dos hojas finales y una hoja de colofón]. Ejemplar con pérdida de cuatro lineas de texto en la página 17/18 y algunas palabras en la esquina exterior de la página 19/20. Encuadernación moderna en media tela.

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        Disegno tecnico originale dell'architetto, pittore e ingegnere militare Bernardo Buonatalenti (Firenze, 1531 - 1608), datato 1605, raffigurante alcuni progetti di arginatura idrica.

      Disegno policromo a inchiostro e acquarello su carta greve, su tonalità assai leggere, in formato cm.38,3x56, raffigurante i progetti di alcune sistemazioni idriche. Alcuni restauri cartacei. Nel disegno compaiono alcune notazioni manoscritte. Nella parte sinistra della tavola viene raffigurato il corso di un fiume, con vari affluenti ed il progetto di sistemazione idrica, i cui elementi sono contrassegnati da lettere alfabetiche, dalla A alla H, con relative spiegazioni. In alto a destra la dizione "Ill.mo Sig. Giovanni Lucesini / di Fiorenza questo dì 5 ottobre 1605 / Bernardo Buonatalenti / Architeto del serenissimo Granduca di / Toscana". Nella parte centrale il prospetto di un edificio atto alla canalizzazione. In basso una ulteriore notazione manoscritta su cinque riche: "Questo è il muro in profilo che dimostra la sua forma ....". Disegno di sapore, riferito sicuramente ad un progetto di sistemazione idrica del Buontalenti, ormai in età avanzata. Non è stato possibile verificare se la stesura né se la grafìa siano dello stesso architetto, personaggio di assoluta importanza nel Rinascimento fiorentino "Bernardo Buontalenti, vero nome Bernardo Timante Buonacorsi (Firenze, 1531 ? Firenze, 6 giugno 1608), è stato un architetto, scultore, pittore, ingegnere militare e scenografo italiano, con la sua lunga ed operosa attività presso la corte granducale fiorentina, fu uno degli artisti più importanti ed influenti della seconda metà del Cinquecento e personaggio chiave dell'epoca del manierismo fiorentino, fortemente legata alla personalità di Michelangelo ed in genere al Rinascimento toscano. Rimasto illeso da ragazzo da una frana in Costa San Giorgio che travolse la sua casa e la sua famiglia, entrò fin da ragazzo al servizio della corte granducale e divenne allievo del Vasari e del pittore Salviati. Fu anche ammiratore dell'architettura di Michelangelo e delle opere di Ammannati. La sua formazione fu eccezionalmente completa e gli permise di estendere le sue competenze anche alla scenografia (sotto la guida di Vasari). Ancora giovane ebbe l'onore di partecipare agli allestimenti effimeri per le onoranze pubbliche di Michelangelo, con una tela di grandi proporzioni raffigurante i grandi fiumi del mondo. Collaborò con Niccolò Tribolo e Vasari ai più importanti cantieri granducali, in cui, dopo la loro morte, subentrerà, sovraintendendo al completamento, per esempio, degli Uffizi e del complesso di Palazzo Pitti e giardino di Boboli. Intorno al 1564 fu tra i collaboratori di Baldassarre Lanci nell'edificazione di Terra del Sole, completando la sua formazione con la conoscenza della fortificazione alla moderna a cui si era appassionato, tanto che Vasari sembra rimproverarglielo, avendo trascurato la pittura in cui ben prometteva. Con Francesco I, conosciuto fin da ragazzo, si creò, prima ancora della sua ascesa al trono, una completa sintonia intellettuale ed un sodalizio interrotto solo nel 1587 con la morte del granduca. Buontalenti fece, in qualche modo, da precettore al principe sulle questioni artistiche e lo accompagnò tra il 1562 e 1563 in un viaggio in Spagna. Per Francesco, ancora principe reggente, Buontalenti progettò, tra l'altro, il Palazzo di Bianca Cappello in via Maggio che fu probabilmente la sua prima opera architettonica autonoma (1568), il Casino di San Marco (1574), con il laboratorio del principe, e la Villa Medicea di Pratolino (1569 - 1575) con la famosa scultura colossale dell'Appennino, creata dal Giambologna, il celebre parco, le fontane con giochi d'acqua. Diventato l'architetto di corte, dopo la morte di Vasari nel 1574, fu presente in tutte le committenze granducali, occupandosi dei più svariati campi, dagli interventi urbanistici, come l'ampliamento di Livorno, agli allestimenti effimeri, come l'apparato nel Battistero di Firenze per il battesimo del principe Filippo (1577) e apparati per spettacolari feste di corte, spettacoli, giochi pirotecnici per i quali realizzò molti disegni che ancora si conservano agli Uffizi. Si cimentò anche nella pittura e nella miniatura, ma in modo saltuario. Più rilevante fu la sua attività nel campo delle arti decorative: oreficeria, ceramica, ebanisteria, disegnando molti degli arredi e degli oggetti più preziosi per la corte medicea, realizzati nelle manifatture granducali ospitate prima nel Casino mediceo e poi agli Uffizi. Si occupò anche degli aspetti più minuti della vita di corte, tanto che gli viene attribuita l'invenzione del gelato, in occasione di uno dei banchetti di rappresentanza più importanti a cui sovraintese: le nozze di Maria de' Medici. Per il complesso di Palazzo Pitti progettò buona parte delle decorazioni interne ed alcune sistemazioni del giardino come la Grotticina della Madama (1570) e la celebre Grotta detta "del Buontalenti" (1575) che conservava i Prigioni di Michelangelo. Si occupò anche del cantiere di Palazzo Vecchio ed in particolare dell'ampliamento posteriore. Dal 1563 al 1580 ampliò anche il palazzo degli Uffizi allestendo con opere d'arte la Galleria all'ultimo piano, gettando le basi per il museo più antico dell'Europa moderna. Completò anche il corridoio che unisce il palazzo con il Pitti. Nello stesso complesso realizzò la Tribuna ottagonale (1584 - 1587), destinata ad ospitare le opere più importanti della collezione medicea e la famosa Porta delle Suppliche con un timpano rovesciato che è diventato un'opera emblematica del manierismo. All'interno degli Uffizi, realizzò anche il Teatro Mediceo (1583 - 1586) per il quale progettava anche i costumi e le scenografie per i vari spettacoli che ebbero vasta risonanza e furono una tappa importante nel teatro rinascimentale, verso il teatro barocco italiano. Memorabile l'allestimento degli Intermedi della Pellegrina, rappresentata nel 1589 per il matriminio di Ferdinando de' Medici. Già per Francesco I aveva sistemato varie dimore extraurbane come la Villa medicea di Lappeggi (dal 1569) e la Villa di Trefiano (progettata nel 1570). Dal 1575 al 1590 s

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        De agro Frisiae inter amasvm & lavicam flumina. deque urbe Groninga in agro eodem: et de iure utriusqve. [bound with:] Series consulum, eorumque, qui ante eos consulari potestate fuere in civitate Groningana

      Groningen, Netherlands: Gerhard Ketel, Typographi ordinarii, 1605. First edition. 191,[1] pp. plus a number of inserted blank interleaves; 56pp. plus several blank interleaves, two bearing contemporary manuscript notes continuing work to 1613. Numerous setting errors in the pagination, but sequence complete. 1 vols. 8vo. Contemporary calf, tooled in gilt, gilt gauffered edges. Initials "D.D.R." and date of "1607" stamped on both boards, within gilt frame with corner ornaments and a central oval with internal floral devices. Extremities and joints rubbed, front joint worn but sound, vestiges of absent ties at fore-edge, modern bookplate on front pastedown, a few side notes in the latter work slightly shaved at foremargin by binder, early ink ownership inscription on rear pastedown, ink note of acquisition/provenance on front free endsheet ("Lot 203. Sotheby's Gallery 1892 E.H. Laurence Library"). First edition. 191,[1] pp. plus a number of inserted blank interleaves; 56pp. plus several blank interleaves, two bearing contemporary manuscript notes continuing work to 1613. Numerous setting errors in the pagination, but sequence complete. 1 vols. 8vo. An attractive copy of this work on the history of the Frisian territories by German historian and geographer Ubbo Emmius (1547 - 1625). From East Frisia himself,  Emmius wrote several works concerning the history of that coastal area, and a number of his titles appeared under the Elzevier's imprints in coming years. The first work is noted as the second book printed in Gronigen (the first being another work by Emmius printed in 1603) and one must assume the second work is also close in that sequence, particularly as it often appears bound with a number of the copies of the former title reported in OCLC. A rough and inadequate transcription of the ownership inscription on the rear pastedown suggests the original owner may have been "D.D. Doct. Daüide Robertüm"; a witty Latin couplet adorns the first blank along with two later ownership signatures. A beautiful book in a decorative contemporary binding, in near original condition.

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