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2014-02-09 14:26:42
M. Michaelem Iulium. (M. Micael Iulius) (Michael Julius).
Magdeburg, 1605. Gedruckt bei Andreas Duncker / in verlegung Ambrosii Kirchners.. 84 Seiten mit rot-schwarz gedrucktem Titel in einer Titelvignette, Initialen, Kopf- und Schlussvignetten. Neuerer Kartonband ohne Titelei. Format: 14 x 18 cm.. Sehr guter Zustand dieses seltenen Predigtendruckes. Zwar wurde er durch den neueren Kartoneinband eng beschnitten, jedoch ohne Textverlust. Satzspiegel teils etwas schwach. 3 Seiten mit wenigen Randnotizen in alter Schrift (Tinte, verblassend). Papier ungebräunt, nicht braunfleckig, ohne Defekte. Bindung fest.
Bookseller: Antiquariat TausendundeinBuch - Berlin -
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2014-02-08 05:42:46
Valerius Maximus
. . VD 17 12:626984K - Stalla 47.- Berühmte Stoffsammlung der römischen und griechischen Geschichte für den Kaiser Tiberius.- Innendeckel mit kl. gedr. Bibliotheksschild der "R. Stift Irrseischen Biblioteck".- Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk, 1 Bl. mit kl. Eckabriss, sonst innen tadellos, der dekorative zeitgenöss. Einband nur minimal fleckig u. berieben, insges. schönes Exemplar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2014-02-08 01:52:19
Mercator Gerhard, 1512-1594
Asia II Tab., ,1605. Coppermap, edited by G. Mercator, anno 1605, size: 41x54 and 34x46 cm., fine coloured, no cracs, centerfold ok, only little brownish. "ASIAE TABVLA II" With the Caucasus, Sea of Azov, the rivers Don and Wolga..
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat
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2014-02-08 01:52:19
Mercator Gerhard, 1512-1594
Asia IX Tab., ,1605. Asia IX Tab., Mercator,1605, India,Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, 1 Coppermap, edited by Mercator Gerhard, anno 1605, size: 41x54 and 34x40 cm., fine colours, good condition, no cracs, centerfold ok. The Ptolemaios map Nr IX, including: India with the river Ganges, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran. The most important towns are: Areia/Herat-NW-Afghanistan, Ortospana/Kabul, Alexandreia/Kandahar..
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat
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2014-02-08 00:48:49
Pignoria, Lorenzo,
Venetia [Venedig], Antonio Rampazetto 1605.. Erste Ausgabe. 4° (22 x 16 cm). 6 nicht num., 43 num. Bl., 5 Holzschnitt-Tafeln. Mit zahlreichen Titelholzschnitten sowie einer datierten Kupferstich-Ansicht der Piazza S. Marco in Venedig als Titelkupfer. Zeitgenössisches flexibles Ganzpergament, Vorsätze Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts mit grünem Papier dubliert. Etwas fleckig, kleine Schäden, ohne die Bindebändchen. Es fehlt die letzte Tafel, die wegen Ihrer Übergröße (33 x 125 cm) meist fehlt und vermutlich nicht allen Exemplaren beigegeben war (z.B. Ex. Maggs). Titelblatt mit Schabspur infolge Namenslöschung.. Brunet IV, 652. Graesse V, 290. Cicognara 2544. Erste Ausgabe eines der ersten Werke der Ägyptologie. Die Tafeln zeigen ägyptische Hieroglyphen und Dekorationen. First edition of one of the earliest works of Egyptology. Discovered in the ruins of the Temple of Isis in Rome in 1527 the Mensa Isiaca was perhaps the most famous Egyptian piece known at this time. Lacking, as usual, the extra large folding map.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen
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2014-01-02 20:10:10
GUALTEROTTI, Raffaello
Woodcut Medicean arms on title. 36 pp. Small 4to, attractive antique half-calf & marbled boards (title a little stained, some foxing), spine gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. Florence: C. Giunti, 1605. First edition of this rare and important book on the new star of October 1604; it plays a significant role in the first great controversy of Galileo's scientific career in which he turned his back on the whole philosophical approach to science and sought reliable information and secure knowledge about the physical world through observations and calculations. The controversy which arose from the appearance of the supernova of 1604 was, simply, did the nova appear far beyond the moon -- as believed by the astronomers -- or did it occur in the sublunar region as believed by the Aristotelians who thought nothing new could be created in the heavens? Gualterotti (b. 1548), "knew Galileo as a young man and showed him how stars could be seen in daytime through a long hole in a castle wall. In 1605 he published books [this and the following work] about the new star of 1604...He also mentioned observations of stars through a dark tube, and from a letter written shortly after Galileo's telescopic discoveries it appears that he, like Porta, had employed a lens or lenses in a tube without developing the potentialities of the device. He was interested in alchemy and composed much poetry. He died at Florence in May 1639."-Drake, Galileo at Work, pp. 451-52. In the present book, Gualterotti provides a long and careful account of his observations of the new star which he fir … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2014-01-02 20:10:10
GUALTEROTTI, Raffaello
Woodcut printer's device on title. 58, [1] pp. Small 4to, attractive antique half-calf & marbled boards, spine gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. Florence: C. Giunti, 1605. First edition of this rare and interesting book; it is an important document for the early history of the telescope; see Van Helden, "The Invention of the Telescope" in Transactions of the A.P.S., Vol. 67, Part 4 (1977), pp. 19, 24-25, 35 (where an extended passage from this book is translated), & 45-46. Gualterotti also wrote elsewhere he had used a device consisting of a concave and a convex lens to correct defective vision. Gualterotti's second book of 1605, Scherzi..., published in December, was concerned with "conjunctions and eclipses of that and the preceding year, including material on the new star and a long discussion of two theories of vision which Mauri [Galileo using a pseudonym] was to criticize Colombe for introducing into his Discourse. Both of his books [this and his Discorso, published earlier in the same year] are of interest in many ways, but a discussion of them would lead far afield. They are mentioned here because it is evident that both Colombe and Mauri [Galileo] had read them and kept them in mind during the writing of their own discussions."-Drake, Galileo against the Philosophers, pp. 59-60. While discussing the phenomena of vision, Gualterotti remarks on the value of a tube for observation of stars even in daylight. This is a collection of essays in thirty-two chapters. In almost all of the chapters, the author, an ardent anti-Aristotelian, opens by providing … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2013-12-20 18:55:23
Natale Conti (Natalis)
Paris: Thomas Blasius, 1605. Contemporary sheepskin binding. 8vo. Worn spine, head chipped. [16], 1123, [163] p. Foxing to title page and final page, otherwise clean. This edition also includes Conti's poem on hunting and a tract on the Muses by Geoffroy Linocier. Good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]
2013-12-17 16:49:02
Pignoria Lorenzo.
apud Io. Anto. Rampazettum,, Venetijs, 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.
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi
2013-12-17 16:49:02
Pignoria Lorenzo.
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi [Como, Italy]
2013-12-07 06:56:40
MORTON, Thomas
Londini, [i.e. London], 1605-6: Impensis Georgii Bishop. Quarto. [18], 151, 154-124 [i.e. 221], 225-438pp, [6]. [12], 581pp, [23]. Two volumes bound in one. Handsome contemporary blind-ruled calf, contrasting morocco title label, elaborate gilt supra-libros of the Tudor cypher, with double portcullised and crowned tudor rose with oak leaves to each board. Fore-edge lettered F1. Lightly rubbed, spine discretely repaired at base, small chip to lower joint at head of spine. Later endpapers, title page expertly remounted, else internally a fine copy. Thomas Morton (bap.1564, d. 1659), English Calvinist theologian and Bishop of Durham 1632-41. A noted anti-Catholic polemicist, Morton's theological thought was moulded at William Whitaker's St Johns College, Cambridge, and furthered during employment as chaplain to the significant Yorkshire politicians Henry Hastings (alongside Lancelot Andrewes) and Ralph Eure. The first publication of this monumental work highlighting the internal inconsistencies of Catholic polemic in particular, and the Catholic Church in general was split into two volumes. The first, dedicated to his patron Archibishop Bancroft, and the second to King James I, ensured his appointment as a Royal chaplain by the end of 1606. STC 18174, 18175.5
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2013-11-08 02:49:43
excudebat J. Saurius, impensis V. Steinmeieri 1605 MEDICINA SALERNITANA id est Conservandae bonae valetudinis praecepta cum luculenta et succincta Arnoldi Villanovani in singula capita exegesi, per J. Curionem recognita & repurgata. Francoforti, excudebat J. Saurius, impensis V. Steinmeieri, 1605. In 16mo; pp. 32n.nn., 478, 1n.n. Frontespizio inquadrato peraltro mutilo del margine bianco inferiore. Pergamena coeva con unghie, cerniera interna allentata, timbi d'appartenenza. Krivatsy, 9476..
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Casella
2013-10-21 11:59:26
CESALPINO, Andrea
Francoforte, Typis Matthiae Beckeri, Impensis Lazari Zetzeneri, 1605. 1605 In 8°, c.nn. 8, p. 663,b. Le prime quattro parti dell'opera apparvero nel 1602. Le ultime quattro sono qui in edizione originale. Cesalpino, professore di medicina e direttore del giardino botanico di Pisa, fu chiamato da Clemente VIII all'ospedale della Sapienza a Roma. A lui viene attribuita la scoperta della circolazione del sangue con 50 anni di anticipo rispetto a Harvey, ma l'attribuzione è contestata dagli storici inglesi. Buon esemplare con una piccola mancanza al frontespizio che non tocca la parte stampata. Legatura coeva in pergamena con unghie.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Marisa Meroni
2013-10-11 09:47:02
CONTI (Natalis).
1605 - Belle édition du plus célèbre manuel mythologique de la Renaissance qui inspira poètes et artistes anglais, français, italiens et allemands pendant plus d'un siècle. Notes de Fredrich Sylburg. Elle contient également un des plus populaires texte de chasse du XVIème, le De Venatione. Bel exemplaire aux armes de Maignart de la Vaupalière. Olivier 76. Ex-Libris Charles Lormier. Inscription manuscrite d'époque sur page de garde. Page de garde restaurée. Quelques rousseurs éparses, usures. Larousse IV, 1085. Livres
Bookseller: Librairie Chretien
2013-10-11 00:00:00
PIGNORIA Lorenzo
Engraved view of Venice on title-page, five leaves illustrated with woodcuts at the end, numerous woodcuts in the text.4to. [6]ff. 43pp. [5]ff. Early 19th century vellum over paste-board, simple gilt border on covers, spine decorated in compartments (rubbed).
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2013-10-06 17:10:38
Statius, P. Papinius (Publius Papinius). Bernaerts, Jean [1568 - 1601]. Silius Italicus, Tiberius Catius
Apud / Lugdun:: Iacobum Chouet / Ex Typographia Antonij Candidi,. 1605/1598.. 16mo. 1st thus. Candidi imprint not in Adams. 576; 250 [=252], [4, all blank]; [16], 448 pp. "Ioh. BernatI ad P. StatI PapinI Thebaidos & Achilleidos, scholia, ad Syluarum libros notae" has separate t.p. & pagination.. Period full embossed pigskin.. Overall VG+ (leather a bit darkened from handling/early annotations &. notes).. Printer's device to each t.p. [different device for each printer].
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA
2013-09-22 20:37:03
Rowlands, Richard (alias Richard Verstegan)
Printed at Antwerp by Robert Bruney. And to be sold at London... by John Norton and John Bill, 1605. 4to, [xxiv], 338, [13] pages, engraved arms, and index, title printed in red and black, with engraved vignette to title, one full-page and ten half page engravings in the text; paper occasionally a little browned and dust-soiled, light damp-stain to upper margin of a couple of signatures; contemporary calf, gilt lettered backstrip label joints cracked, but cords sound. Early ink signature Richardson Wakefield at front. First edition of this curious work on early English language and history, which contains the first printed glossary of Old English, as well as the first mention of the Pied Piper of Hamlyn. Rowlands (fl. 1565-1620), a recusant Catholic and student of early English history and Anglo-Saxon at Oxford, who took the name of his grandfather Verstegan to protest English treatment of Catholics, here describes in detail the formation and development of the Anglo-Saxon language with an extensive list of English words of Anglo-Saxon origin, a listing of the etymologies of ancient fore- and surnames. Lowndes commends this edition as deservedly the best on account 'of containing one or more engraving afterwards omitted, as also for the superiority of the plates, those in the subsequent editions being very indifferent copiesÕ (Lowndes). He also had a private press and was an accomplished engraved and illustrator. Alston III, 123. STC 21361: the work was reprinted numerous times during the course of the 17th century.
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller
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2013-08-16 19:38:02
Hamburg, Paul Lange 1605. 22 cm. (4, einschl. Kupfertitel), 412, (12) Seiten (ohne das letzte weiße Blatt) mit Kupfertitel und Druckermarke am Schluß. Festeinband, Halbleineneinband 19. Jahrh. mit Rückenvergoldung - Kayser, Hamburg S. 50 mit Abbildungen - VD17 1:017363U - Gedruckt für Georg Ludwig Frobenius. Am Schluß der Vorrede: "Publicirt am zehenden tage des Monats Octobris ... Eintausent Sechshundert und drey Jahre". Revidierte Ausgabe des erstmals 1603 publizierten Stadtrechts. Es "gehört in die Familie der bedeutenden Stadtrechtsreformen ..., die es sich zur Aufgabe setzten, das überkommene deutsche mit dem römischen Recht in Einklang zu bringen sowie den neuen Verhältnissen anzupassen" (Kayser). Papierbedingt leicht gebräunt, Titelblatt Ränder restauriert, auf dem Titel Stempel "Doublette der K. U.-Bibl. Erl." -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2013-08-15 13:12:04
Vietor Jeremias
VD17 1:078924G.- Landgraf Moritz von Hessen-Kassel trat 1605 zum Calvinismus über. Er führte das obligatorische Brotbrechen in der Abendmahlsliturgie ein und zeigte damit öffentlich seinen Konfessionswechsel an.- Jeremias Vietor (* 4.9.1556 Alsfeld, ? 8.9.1609 Gießen), erhielt "am 9. December 1574 die Magisterwürde und am 10. November 1579 die theologische Doctorwürde und war ab 1580 Prediger in Gießen. 1601 wurde ihm die Superintendentur im darmstädtischen Oberhessen übertragen" (ADB XXXIX, 687).- Etw. gebräunt od. braunfleckig, tls. wasserrandig, Ebd. etw. berieben.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2013-08-13 20:57:59
Coler, Johann
Wittenberg. ca. 1605. Hardcover. Good. Thick hardcover square 8vo, 8.5 x 6.5 x 4.25 inches. Includes Parts Four and Five of the author's 'Oeconomiae' (Wittenberg,1604: 625, [34], 375, [32]p); 'Liber Quodlibeticus' (Perpetual calendar. Wittenberg, 1606: [32]p); 'Der Bauren Haushaltung / Wie sich ein jeder Baursman' (40pp); 'Ein Elementisch und Jrdische Astrologia' (75pp, with pp 43-44, 41-42 inserted between 74-75). 'Traumbuch Apomasaris'(Wittenberg ca. 1605: 239, [15]p). Book is good in original embossed vellum, with some moderate to heavy wear to covers, remnants of clasps. Contents are largely very good, some minor ex-library marks. The last few pages are loose and have edgewear. Many in-text illustrations and some early hand coloring to title pages and a few other instances. Coler (1566-1639) was a Lutheran pastor in Germany, and published a general survey of domestic economy including much on natural history, household recipes (including beer and wine), behavior and etiquette, and agriculture. In addition, he created a perpetual calendar and wrote on astrology and other allied subjects.
Bookseller: Caliban Books ABAA-ILAB
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2013-07-22 19:57:53
Cervantes, Miguel; Jan Sobota (Bookbinder)
- Early 20th Century facsimile of the 1605 edition. 6 1/4 in. by 9 in. and 2 7/8 in. thick. Text in Spanish, reproducing early typography. Full brown, mottled, natural cowhide leather in an antique style. Sobota's stamp appears on lower margin of rear cover. Four raised bands on spine with a black leather title label and the date "1605" in antique-style gilt lettering. Design in black leather of a knight with lance and shield, mounted on a horse on front cover. Dark-brown suede endpapers. Top-edge stained brown, Sewn headbands. In a slipcase covered with cloths of three different colors and having a dark-brown suede interior. A specially created design binding produced by Jan Sobota (1939-2012). The antique style binding is meant to complement the facsimile of the 1605 first edition of the book. The figure of the knight comes from the artistic imagination of one of the most talented bookbinders of the 20th Century. Weight is 5.5 lbs. Postage may be extra on this item. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.
2013-06-11 20:06:05
Giuseppe ROSACCIO Pordenone circa 1530 ? Venezia 1621
Carta geografica del continente tratta dal "Le Relationi Universali" di Giovanni Botero. Il popolare libro del Botero ebbe numerose edizioni dal 1582 al 1671. La carta del Rosaccio appare appunto nella sola edizione del 1605, e talvolta si può trovare nelle tarde pubblicazioni della Geografia di Tolomeo, a cura dello stesso Rosaccio. La carta deriva da quella contenuta nella prima edizione, opera di Giovanni Lorenzo Anania (1582). Map of the whole continent engraved by Rosaccio for "Le relationi Universli" by Giovanni Botero, published in Venice in 1605. Burden 149. The famous book of Botero has been published many times between 1582 and 1671. Rosaccio's map appears just in the 1605 edition, but it can be found also in late editions of Tolomeo's Geographia, edited by Rosaccio himself. The map derives from the one in the first edition, realized by Giovanni Lorenzo Anania. Venezia Venice Burden 149 265 205
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-11 20:06:05
Giuseppe ROSACCIO Pordenone circa 1530 ? Venezia 1621
"Carta geografica del continente tratta dal ""Le Relationi Universali"" di Giovanni Botero. Il popolare libro del Botero ebbe numerose edizioni dal 1582 al 1671. La carta del Rosaccio appare appunto nella sola edizione del 1605, e talvolta si può trovare nelle tarde pubblicazioni della Geografia di Tolomeo, a cura dello stesso Rosaccio. La carta deriva da quella contenuta nella prima edizione, opera di Giovanni Lorenzo Anania (1582). Incisione in rame, in ottime condizioni." Map of the whole continent engraved by Rosaccio for "Le relationi Universli" by Giovanni Botero, published in Venice in 1605. The famous book of Botero has been published many times between 1582 and 1671. Rosaccio's map appears just in the 1605 edition, but it can be found also in late editions of Tolomeo's Geographia, edited by Rosaccio himself. Copper engraving, in good conditions. Venezia Venice 255 195
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-11 20:06:05
Giuseppe ROSACCIO Pordenone circa 1530 ? Venezia 1621
Carta geografica del continente tratta da "Le Relationi Universali" di Giovanni Botero. Il popolare libro del Botero ebbe numerose edizioni dal 1582 al 1671. Incisione in rame, bella coloritura a mano, in ottime condizioni. Map of the whole continent engraved by Rosaccio for "Le relationi Universli" by Giovanni Botero, published in Venice in 1605. The famous book of Botero has been published many times between 1582 and 1671. Rosaccio's map appears just in the 1605 edition, but it can be found also in late editions of Tolomeo's Geographia, edited by Rosaccio himself. Copper engraving, in good conditions. Venezia Venice 265 205
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-09 19:17:04
CABALLINUS IOANNES BAPTISTA
apud Hier. Bordonum et Petruma Martyrem Locarnum 1605 Cm. 20,5, pp. (8) 269 (1). Leg. coeva in piena perg. floscia con nome dell'autore ms. al dorso. Varie, interessanti note manoscritte coeve alla carte di guardia. Esemplare con qualche segno d'uso, ma genuino, marginoso e complessivamente ben conservato. L'opera vide la luce in originale nel 1581 e fu a lungo considerata come una delle fonti più autorevoli in tema di formulari notarili. Fu infatti ristampato per tutto il 17. secolo.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2013-06-09 07:46:33
PARUTA PAOLO.
Appresso Domenico Nicolini 1605 Due parti in un volume di cm. 25, pp. pp. (4) 840, (36) di indice su due colonne; 320 (16) di altro indice su due colonne. Legatura d'inizio '800 in mezza pelle, dorso a nervi con titoli e filetti in oro. Ad entrambi i frontespizi, ritratto xilografico del Paruta entro cornice con iscrizione in latino, grottesche, festoni, angeli laterali sorreggenti trombe. Testatine, capilettera e finalini figurati in xilografia. Qualche trascurabile macchietta, ma nel complesso esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Edizione originale, stampata in elegante corsivo. L'opera, apparsa postuma e concepita come proseguimento delle "Rerum Venetarum Historia" del Bembo, tratta in 12 libri della storia veneziana dal 1513 al 1572, includendo, nella seconda parte, l'animata cronaca della guerra di Cipro, che vide i Veneziani cedere l'isola ai Turchi dopo protratti assedi. ll Paruta (Venezia, 1540-1598), storico di impronta guicciardiniana e uomo politico, rivesti' importanti cariche politiche e diplomatiche al servizio della Serenissima, di cui fu anche storiografo ufficiale, in una continua ascesa che sarebbe forse culminata nella nomina a Doge se la morte non l'avesse colto prematuramente. Cfr. Atabey, 928. Blackmer, 1260 (per la prima ed. in lingua inglese). Cobham-Jeffery, p. 49. Gamba, 1328. Cicogna, Bibl. Veneziana, 571: "Non ha pari il Paruta, a giudizio del Foscarini, nelle storie antiche italiane, singolarmente per gli ammaestraenti civili instillati con mirabile accortezza nell'intero corpo della narrazione e provenienti da ricco fondo di dottrina in quella … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2013-06-08 09:50:33
Lipsio Giusto (Lips Joost)
Antverpiae, Ex Officina Plantiniana Balthasaris Moreti, 1630 - 1605. 1605 2 opere in un vol. in-4° (271x187mm), pp. 397, (6); 221, (5); solida legatura coeva in p. pergamena rigida con unghie, fleurons impressi a freddo al centro dei piatti entro intersezioni egualmente a freddo di filetti orizzontali e verticali con filetti longitudinali agli angoli. Titolo calligrafato su dorso a nervi. Una firma antica cassata al risguardo anteriore. Sparse bruniture; una mancanza al margine superiore delle pp. 5-6 del secondo vol., senza lacuna testuale. Comprende: 1) De Militia Romana, cit. Numerose e magnifiche incisioni, di cui 5 su rame a piena pagine (una ripiegata) e le restanti intercalate a mezza pagina n.t., realizzate sia in calcografia che in xilografia da Peeter van der Borcht e Theodore Galle. Edizione definitiva di questa rilevante opera lipsiana sulle milizie di Roma antica, concepita come commento alle "Storie" di Polibio, di cui sono riportati numerosissimi brani nell'originale greco. L'edizione originale, sempre con tipi plantiniani, è del 1595. Cfr. Biblioteca Belgica, III, L-369. Adams, L781 (edizione originale). Cockle, 620 (ediz. 1614). Nicèron, XXIV, p. 128, n. 22. 2) Poliorceticon, cit. 25 bellissime incisioni f.t. e numerose altre n.t. attribuite di volta in volta a Pieter Van Der Borcht o al grande maestro di Rubens, Otto Van Veen (Otto Venius), raffiguranti singolari macchine belliche, scene di battaglie e di assedi. I passi citati dagli storici greci sono riportati nei caratteri alfabetici originali. Terza edizione, ampliata e riveduta rispetto alle prime du … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert
2013-06-06 21:56:00
Autori vari
Alexandriae, apud Felicem de Mottis, 1605. 1605 In-folio antico (302x215mm), pp. (8), 134, (2) di registro ed errata, legatura coeva p. pergamena rigida. Al frontespizio, stemma xilografico di Novi Ligure e antiche firme di appartenenza, in parte cassate (figura anche un piccolo stemma manoscritto, anch'esso in parte cassato). Al colophon, impresa xilografica con una nave a vele spiegate nel mare in tempesta, con figure dei venti in fattezze umane intenti a soffiare, entro cornice ovale figurata con motto "Adversa obstantia". Testatine e capilettera ornati xilograficamente. "Index rubricaum sive titulorum" alle cc. nn. preliminari. Sottolineature e glosse marginali di mano antica a svariate cc. Frontespizio rifoderato e restauri marginali ad alcune cc. Fioriture, aloni e arrossature sparse. La carta finale di errata è lievemente rifilata sul margine esterno e presenta delle bruniture. Antica firma al contropiatto. Esemplare da studio. Prima edizione, assai rara, della raccolta degli statuti municipali di Novi Ligure. Fontana, II, pp. 302-303. Manzoni, I, 329. Rossi, Statuti della Liguria, 141. Manca al Lozzi, al Manno e alla Vinciana.
Bookseller: Biggio Giuseppina
2013-05-04 13:28:27
ORAZIO
apud Bartholomaeum Macaeum 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
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria La Fenice
2013-04-18 15:54:01
DE' CRESCENZI Piero
FIRENZE, COSIMO GIUNTI, 1605Buone Piena pergamena ITALIANO Legatura  settecentesca in piena pergamena  rigida; autore, titolo, luogo e data di edizione in oro su tassello marrone al dorso, tagli marmorizzati. Al recto della pagina di guardia nota di possesso; frontespizio con bella marca giuntina silografata; 6 pagine non numerate di dedicatorie; 576 pagine numerate, 12 pagine non numerate per gli indici; alcuni capolettera e fregi silografati nel testo. L'opera, articolata in dodici libri, è una pregevole reimpressione di un  trattato  di  agricoltura  composto  originariamente  in  latino dal giudice bolognese Pietro  de'  Crescenzi,  col  titolo Liber ruralium commodorum. Il testo è riproposto in una bella  versione  volgare,  di anonimo toscano del secolo XIV, rivista nel Cinquecento dal letterato  Bastiano de' Rossi detto l'Inferigno (uno dei fondatori della celebre Accademia della  Crusca).   Il  trattato,  che  attinge  a  fonti  antiche,  illustra  le diverse colture, descrive  le  qualità  delle  piante e si sofferma sulla viticoltura; alle ultime pagine, sono elencati i lavori agricoli da svolgersi nei  vari mesi dell'anno. La presente edizione fu oggetto di contestazione circa l'attendibilità da parte dei Vocabolaristi, evidenziata nell'edizione successiva di Napoli del 1724. Esemplare in buone condizioni, sporadiche fioriture a qualche carta, alone d'umido alle ultime carte bianche di guardia.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio di R. C
2013-03-09 09:15:35
[Rowlands, Richard, a.k.a. ]: V[erstegan], R[ichard]
Antwerp: Printed by Robert Bruney ... And to be sold in London ... by Iohn Norton and Iohn Bill, 1605. [24],338,[14]pp. Small quarto. Uninspired half modern calf and marbled boards, all edges with 17th century gilding. Engraved title vignette and illustrations in text. Usual tanning, light foxing and occasional faint marginal tidemarks, a few incidents of early marginalia, blank restoration to upper fore- corner of title-leaf, corner of free endsheet clipped, but a sound copy. First edition of this fascinating assemblage of antiquarian anecdote, history and lore, ranging from Saxon history to accounts of werewolves and what has been claimed to be the first printed English account of the legend of the Piper of Hamelin (here the term 'Pied' is applied for what seems to be the first time among early accounts). Rowlands (ca. 1549 - 1640) restored his ancestral name, Verstegan, after he was forced to flee Britain after secretly printing Thomas Alfield's account of Edmund Campion's execution. He settled in Antwerp in 1587 and entered into an active career as an agent for the publication and smuggling of Catholic texts, as well as editor, translator and polemicist. The first London printing of this work, which the DNB describes as a "seminal work of Anglo-Saxon scholarship," did not appear until 1628, but several new editions followed thereafter. "This edition is deservedly reckoned the best, as well on account of containing one or more engravings afterwards omitted, as also for the superiority of the plates, those in the subsequent editions being very indifferent copies" - Low … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-ILAB [US]
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2013-02-13 00:02:39
Caballinus Ioannes Baptista
Cm. 20,5, pp. (8) 269 (1). Leg. coeva in piena perg. floscia con nome dell'autore ms. al dorso. Varie, interessanti note manoscritte coeve alla carte di guardia. Esemplare con qualche segno d'uso, ma genuino, marginoso e complessivamente ben conservato. L'opera vide la luce in originale nel 1581 e fu a lungo considerata come una delle fonti più autorevoli in tema di formulari notarili. Fu infatti ristampato per tutto il 17. secolo.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2013-01-28 07:30:29
SCAPULA, JOHANNES.
Sebastianus Henricpetri, Basel 1605. Folio. Folio, [8] leaves + 1856 columns ( 928 pages)+ [180] pages (Index). Bound with JACOB ZWINGER: Græcarum dialectorum Hypotyposis, seorsim primum singularum, tu, coniunctim omnium, tabulis methodicis. Sebastianus Henricpetri, Basel 1605. (70)+94 pages. Woodcut printer's device on title-page and on last leaf. Later brown half-calf (rebound in early 17th century style) from c. 1840. Titlepage mounted (some letters added in handwriting). A few spottings, but generally a clean and well-preserved book-block in a congenial binding
Bookseller: Vangsgaards Antikvariat
2013-01-17 10:08:50
ALLEGRI Alessandro
In-16 gr. (mm. 184x129), 4 parti (dello stesso A.) in 1 tomo, legatura in pieno marocchino, sottili cornici con fregi oro ai piatti, dorso a cordoni con ricca decoraz. e tit. oro, dentelles dorate ai risg., tagli dorati, 36 cc.nn., marca tipograf. al frontespizio. Segue: - ?Seconda parte delle Rime Piacevoli?. Raccolte dal Commendator fra Iacopo Gucci cavalier Gerosolomitano; e da Francesco Allegri date in luce. Verona, Bortolamio Merlo dalle Donne, 1607, 33 cc.nn., 1 c.b., marca tipograf. al frontesp. Dedicato da Fr. Allegri (fratello dell?A.) a Lorenzo Mattioli. Segue: - ?La Terza parte delle Rime Piacevoli?. Raccolte dal Commendator Agnol Minerbetti; e dal cavalier Lorenzo Mattioli date in luce. Fiorenza, Gio. Antonio Caneo e Raffaello Grossi, 1608, 3 cc.nn., 1 c.b., 30 cc.num., 1 c.nn. (errata), 1 c.b. Dedicata dal Mattioli ad Andrea Morelli. Segue: - ?La Quarta Parte delle Rime Piacevoli?. Dal Sig. Francesco Caliari raccolte, e date in luce. Verona, Bortolamio Merlo dalle Donne, 1613, 56 cc.nn., marca tipograf. al frontespizio. Dedicata dal Caliari ad Angelo Marzi-Medici, Canonico del Duomo di Pisa. Tutto il testo è inquadrato in bella cornice silografica e ornato da fregi e grandi capilettera figur. a vignetta, pure inc. su legno. Al fine è stato aggiunto un manoscritto (di 8 cc.nn.) contenente quattro lettere di ?Ser Poi, Pedante nella corte de Donati?, dirette a Pietro Bembo, Giovanni Boccaccj & Francesco Petrarca e dedicate à Giovanni della Casa. In Bologna, per Benacci, 1613, conformi alla descrizione del Gamba,29, che cita l?originale ?rarissimo? (sono queste let … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2013-01-13 21:58:41
PROVERBS - NUCERIN [Jean GILLES de Noyers].
Paris: Pierre Ménier II, [ca. 1605]. 16mo (108 x 75 mm). [64] ff. Type ornament title border, printer's woodcut device, woodcut initial and headpiece. Discreet marginal paper repairs to first half dozen leaves, causing loss to portions of title border, supplied in neat facsimile, a few other small marginal repairs. 19th-century green morocco, central gold-stamped arms of the Marquis de Morante, spine and turn-ins gold-tooled, g.e., by Trautz-Bauzonnet (joints & corners rubbed). Provenance: Joachim Gomez de la Cortina, Marquis de Morante, supra-libros; small inkstamp on title verso, JAR. *** A small-format collection of French proverbs with Latin translations, arranged alphabetically, providing a convenient short cut to wisdom and wit, this version professedly adapted for juvenile readers, and cheaply printed for quick sales and little pockets. The over 1100 French proverbs were compiled in the early sixteenth century, probably by the translator Jean Gilles, of Noyers (Nuits, in Burgundy, "Aegidius Nuceriensis"), a cleric of the University of Paris. His principal source was the collection of French Proverbes communs, compiled in the late 15th century by Jean de la Vesprie, Abbot of Clairvaux; of which the first complete text was published by Josse Bade in 1519. This edition also incorporates parts of another contemporary collection, assembled by Gilles' colleague Nicolas Du Puy (known as Bonaspes), who may have contributed some of the Latin translations. The 6-page supplemental section at the end, containing 14 sayings or expressions in French and Latin with explanatory para … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books [USA]
2013-01-08 14:37:11
MEDICINA SALERNITANA id est Conservandae bonae valetudinis praecepta cum luculenta et succincta Arnoldi Villanovani in singula capita exegesi, per J. Curionem recognita & repurgata. Francoforti, excudebat J. Saurius, impensis V. Steinmeieri, 1605. In 16mo; pp. 32n.nn., 478, 1n.n. Frontespizio inquadrato peraltro mutilo del margine bianco inferiore. Pergamena coeva con unghie, cerniera interna allentata, timbi d'appartenenza. Krivatsy, 9476..
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Casella
2012-12-28 11:29:23
TACITUS, C. Cornelius
London: J. Norton, 1605. Third edition in English of both books. Historiated woodcut chapter initials and a full page engraving in the second work. Contemporary calf, re-backed and re-cornered, with portions of the original spine laid down; some minor marginal dampstains and light soiling, but generally an excellent copy with contemporary inscriptions to title. From the library of Charles Tyler Prouty, with his bookplate as well as the armorial bookplate of Thomas Merriman. Third edition in English of both books, the first part of the Annales translated by Richard Greenway, and the second on the End of Nero and Life of Agricola by Henry Savile, which was dedicated to the Queen. The Annales was Tacitus' final work, covering the period from the death of Augustus Caesar in the year 14, and the reigns of the four succeeding Roman emperors, Tiberius, Caligula and Claudius. The remaining parts treat the reign of Nero to connect with the Histories. Germania is an ethnographic study of Central Europe in which Tacitus compares the decadence of Rome with the virility of the barbarians. The Histories treat the period from Nero's death in A.D. 68 to A.D. 96. Tacitus' Agricola, written in about A.D. 98, is described as "semi-biographical, moral eulogy of a personage" - - in this case, his father-in-law, with history and a description of Britain. Tacitus comes from the Greco-Roman tradition of writers of history whose purpose is as much to promote a moral agenda using rhetorical flourishes as it is to record facts. Little is known for certain about the origins of Tacitus, altho … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books, ABAA [Sherman Oaks, CA, U.S.A.]
2012-12-28 11:29:23
TACITUS, C. Cornelius
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books, ABAA [Sherman Oaks, CA, U.S.A.]
2012-12-25 06:12:40
With engraved titlepage for the first title. Antverpiae [Antwerpen], Ex Officina Plantiniana, Apud Ioannem Moretum, 1605 and 1608. 4° (25,2 x 18 cm). Later worn and poor - though repaired - full calf. New endpapers.+4, A8-Z8, a8-z8, Aa8-Pp8, Qq10, aa8-dd8, ee10 and A4-G4, H6. In all 544 + 34 leaves."Biblia:" (8) + 995 + (1) + 30 pages. (»Oratio Manassae Regis Iuda«) + (18) pages. (»Hieronymi Prologus, Galeatus«) + (32) pages. (»Index Testimoniorum in Novo Testamento« and »Index Biblicus«) + (4) pages. (Colophon and Printer's device - last leaf blank)."Romanæ...:" 68 pages - last page blank. Wanting colophon and printers device???Notations to the title page. At the end 9 handwritten pages in old hand: »Index epistolarum et evangeliorum«. Old library stamp to 1st and 2nd leaf: "IHS. Bibliotheca - Domus Bituricensis". Hole to inner margin of the first 6 leaves - not affecting the text. One little marginal worm hole through the first 22 leaves. 1 leaf with minor marginal tear. Slight foxing and staining.. Platin's son-in-law Johannes Moretus printed four editions of the Clementine Bible (1592) in 1599, 1603, 1605 and 1608. "Romanæ Correctionis in Latinis Bibliis" was printed as an appendix for the 1603 edition (in folio) and for the 1608 edition (in 8°). This copy is 4° and might have been printed for the 1605 edition.Darlow & Moule 6194 (and 6191a + 6197)
Bookseller: Mandøes Antikvariat
2012-12-24 15:19:54
BOULLIAU, Ismael.
First edition, very rare, of "the first treatise after Kepler's <i>Rudolphine Tables</i> to take elliptical orbits as a basis for calculating planetary tables" (The Cambridge Companion to Newton), and the first astronomy work to state that the planetary moving force "should vary inversely as the square of the distance-and not, as Kepler had held, inversely as the first power" (Boyer in DSB). "The <i>Astronomia philolaica</i> represents the most significant treatise between Kepler and Newton and it was praised by Newton in his <i>Principia</i>, particularly for the inverse square hypothesis and its accurate tables." (O'Connor & Robertson, MacTutor History of Mathematics).<br/><br/> Boulliau (1605-94), settled in Paris in 1633, just as the Galilean storm broke. Although a Catholic, he joined his friend Gassendi in support of Galileo and Boulliau soon found himself squarly in the Copernican camp. "In 1645 Boulliau published his most significant scientific work, a more accomplished heliocentric treatise entitled <i>Astronomia philolaica</i>. He had now become one of the very few astronomers to accept the ellipticity of orbits... (DSB). "He claimed that if a planetary moving force existed then it should vary inversely as the square of the distance (Kepler had claimed the first power): <br/><br/> <i>'As for the power by which the Sun seizes or holds the planets, and which, being corporeal, functions in the manner of hands, it is emitted in straight lines throughout the whole extent of the world, and like the species of the Sun, it turns with the body of the Sun; now, seeing that … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sophia Rare Books
2012-10-23 08:43:05
Espinosa, Pedro De
Luys Sánchez, Valladolid 1605 - 12 h. y 204 folios. Sín las hojas de índice. Palau dice: "A la mayoría de los ejemplares conocidos les faltan las 4 hojas finales de índice. 82752. "Ticknor y Gallardo, calificaron esta obra de Libro de Oro, el mejor tesoro de Poesía Castellana." =Nosotros presentamos un muy correcto ejemplar, ligeramente afectado por una mancha en varios folios en el ángulo superior izquierdo del márgen. Y la remarginación de los folios 199 y 200. Sencilla pero oportuna encuadernación del siglo XIX a media piel. Varias correcciones y anotaciones manuscritas de época en varios folios. Heredia, nº1671, dice: "Antología rarísima, y , para el saber los bibliógrafos, uno de los libros más importantes de la poesía española." Salvá, dice: "La primera y la mejor antología de la época clásica de la poesía española." Brunet, dice: "Espinosa, a compuesto, con muy buen gusto, esta colección de poetas de su tiempo, con un gran número de piezas inéditas." =Pedro Espinosa (Antequera, 1578) - Sanlúcar de Barrameda, 1650), poeta y antólogo español del Barroco y uno de los miembros de la Escuela antequerano-granadina del Siglo de Oro. Como poeta, pese a haber vivido en plena época barroca del Conceptismo y Culteranismo, fue muy poco influido por estas tendencias y su estilo personal fue sencillo, claro, puro, dominando en especial una particular y rica sensibilidad descriptiva. Es sobre todo conocido como uno de los mejores antólogos de la lírica del Siglo de Oro; Primera parte de Flores de poetas. contiene 240 composiciones de 63 autores diferentes, aunque ambas cifras varía … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: BALAGUÉ LLIBRERÍA ANTIQUARIA
2012-10-22 14:05:43
Madrigal, Miguel De
Luis Sánchez, Valladolid 1605 - 4h. incluyendo la portada grabada con un gran escudo heráldico en xilografía - 224 folios , con texto a dos columnas fileteado, y 1 hoja. En nuestro ejemplar los folios 58 - 59 - 78 - 79 - 181 - 182 - 183 - 184 y la última hoja son rehechos. Es decir, sobre papel antiguo y con tipografía nacida en el sigloXIX. No facsímiles sino de plancha tipográfica. Encuadernación del siglo XIX en piel, fileteada al oro con escudo real en seco en ambas tapas. Lomera con suaves nervios. Cantos fileteados. Guardas enmarcadas. Y cortes dorados. En la guarda ex-libris de la biblioteca de Thomas Gaisford, venerado inglés historiador y gran estudioso de los clásicos. Palau, 146740 : "Uno de los Romanceros más raros que existen". Heredia, 1669 : ".Es absolutamente una rareza, pues solo se ha impreso una sola vez. Puede servir de "suite" a la Primera parte de las Flores de Poetas Ilustres de Pedro de Espinosa, también aparecido en 1605. Size: 8º [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: BALAGUÉ LLIBRERÍA ANTIQUARIA
2012-09-04 01:15:37
MEDRANO (García de)
Copilación de las leyes capitulares de la orden de la cavallería de Santiago del espada.- Valladolid, Luis Sanchez, M.DC.V (1605) ; en folio pergamino de época con lumo rotulado en tipos góticos, 8 h. (incluida portada orlada con escudo y frontis representando a Santiago a caballo) 219 pp y vuelta con colofón, 6 h. de tabla. Buen ejemplar. Palau nº 61513 y 99366. CCPB000038598-0.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA SANZ [MADRID, Spain]
2012-09-04 01:15:37
GARCÍA de MEDRANO
Luis Sanchez, Valladolid, 1605. Impressas en Valladolid, por Luis Sanchez. Año MDCV. Folio. 8 h., 219 p., 6 h. de tabla. Encuadernación en plena piel artesanal con motivos gofrados, nervios y tejuelo. Portada con orla tipográfica y escudo real. Un grabado con retablo de Santiago Matamoros y orla tipográfica. Sello antiguo poseedor. Extraordinario ejemplar. [Palau nº 99366l; CCPB249631-3] [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Berrocal Libros Antiguos [Madrid, Spain]
2012-07-13 14:14:12
Trithemius, Johannes
Albini: Ex Typographeo Ioan, Moguntiae (Mainz), 1605. Ioannis Trithemii spanhemenisos primum Opera pia et spritualia : quotquot vel olim typis expressa, vel m.ss. reperiri potuerunt / a R. P. Ioanne Busaeo Societatis Iesu theologo in omnium religiosae vitae cultorum gratiam diligenti studio conquisita & in unum volumen, mendis expurgatis, redata ; qourum omnium elenchum proxima pagina exhibebit. Contemporary, tudor binding of blind-stamped vellum over bevelled wood boards, showing heads in medallions, functioning fore-edge clasps, raised bands, printer's device on title page, woodcuts, historiated initials, printed side-notes. [9] 1226 pp., with bibliographical references and index. An exceptional copy showing only minor wear to the foot and lower edges. A RARE work not listed in Library of Congress online catalog, not listed in Vatican online catalog, Worldcat shows work held at only two Libraries, no listing in ABPC since 1975. From the Catholic Encyclopedia: "John Trithemius was a famous scholar and Benedictine abbot. In order to promote scientific research, he procured a rich collection of books which comprised the most important works in all branches of human knowledge; in this way he built up the world-renowned library of Sponheim. The great abbot, says one of his biographers, was equally worthy of respect as a man, and a writer. Of his more than eighty works only part have appeared in print. The greater number of these are ascetical writings which treat the religious life." Size: Folio- 34cm.
Bookseller: Books & Bidders Antiquarian Booksellers [Cleveland, OH, U.S.A.]
2012-06-19 22:00:51
Hofmann, Kaspar
. Basileae: Typis Iani Excertier, 1605, Kl.4°, (12 pp.), Pappband.. Sehr seltene Dissertation von Caspar Hofmann! - Theses de lumbricis / quas ... Ad 8. Novemb. Pro Privilegiis in Medicina Doctoralibus disputabit Caspar Hofman, Gothanus Thuringus. - Kaspar Hofmann, "einer der gelehrtesten Aerzte und zugleich Ver treter der alten Medicin im 17. Jahrhundert, am 9. November 1572 in Gotha als Sohn eines Schmieds geboren, studirte Medicin in Leipzig, seit 1592 in Strassburg und seit 1594 in Altdorf, hier unter TAURELLUS und SCHERBIUS. Ein ihm von letztgenannter Universität verliehenes Stipendium setzte ihn in den Stand, nach Padua zu gehen und dort seine Studien, speciell unter FABRIZIO AB ACQUAPENDENTE, fortzusetzen. Dann ging Hofman nach Basel, hörte FELIX PLATER und KASPAR BACHIN und wurde hier 1605 Dr. med. mit der Dissertation: "De lumbricis". 1606 kehrte er nach Deutschland zurück, wurde in Nürnberg, wo eine schwere Pestepidemie herrschte, an Stelle des Prof. TAURELLUS, der als ein Opfer seines Berufes gestorben war, zum "Pestarzt" ernannt. Später rückte Hofman auch in die durch den Tod des Letzteren erledigte Professur der Medicin in Altdorf ein, welche er etwa 40 Jahre lang, bis zu seinem am 3. November 1648 nach einer mehrjährigen Lähmung erfolgten Tode, inne hatte. Hofman war ein verbissener Anhänger der alten, speciell der GALEN'schen Lehren und Gegner der neueren Medicin, unter Anderem auch der HARVEY'schen Lehre vom Kreislauf. Eine von ihm geplante Ausgabe der Schriften GALEN'S mit verbessernden Varianten und Commentaren blieb unvollendet. Die Zahl seiner anderweiti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat für Medizin - Fritz-Dieter S
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2012-06-18 17:28:17
GELLI GIO. BATTISTA.
Presso Marco de gli Alberti alla Libraria della Speranza,, In Venetia, 1605. Cm. 14,5, cc. (8) 99. Marca tipografica al frontespizio e capolettera istoriati. Leg. (ottocentesca?) di foggia antica in mezza pergamena con punte e titoli manoscritti al dorso e al taglio basso. Manca la carta finale bianca. Un'antica firma di possesso al frontespizio e un ex libris. Esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Opera pubblicata per la prima volta integralmente a Firenze nel 1548, si tratta di ragionamenti fra un bottaio e la propria anima. Dopo essere stata inserita nel primo indice dei libri proibiti a causa della dichiarata simpatia da parte di Gelli per la riforma luterana, fu poi, come scritto qui nel frontespizio, "Nuovamente corretta, & tolto via tutto quello, che poteva offendere il bell'animo del pio Lettore dal Reu. Padre Maestro Livio Legge, Theolo deputato dell'ordine di S. Agostino". Cfr. ICCU. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
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