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        Tractatus de Retrotractionibus seu de Fictione Translatiua Breuiter...

      1606. Rare Title on the Roman Law of Rescission Costa, Giovanni Battista (Juan Battista) [16th/17th century]. Tractatus de Retrotractionibus seu de Fictione Translativa: Breviter Complectens Multorum Casuum tam Civilium quam Criminalium Decisiones, et Statutorum Atque Constitutionum Interpretationes: Causidicis Omnibus ac Patronis Causarum Summopere Proficuum. Venice: Apud Iac. Antonium Somaschum, 1606. [lii], 280 [i.e. 270], [2] pp. Main text in parallel columns. Quarto (8" x 6"). Contemporary vellum, early hand-lettered title to spine, ties lacking. Minor wear to spine ends and corners. Title page with large woodcut printer device printed in red and black, woodcut head-piece and decorated initials. Light foxing in a few places, interior otherwise fresh. A handsome copy of a scarce title. * Only edition. This treatise deals with the Roman law of rescission, that is, the cancellation or annulment of a transaction or contract by mutual consent. Little is known about Costa. The title page identifies him as a canon lawyer attached to the Vatican. He is not to be confused with the French jurist Jean Lacoste (de la Coste) [1560-1637]. KVK locates 6 copies; OCLC 5 copies. 1 copy located in the United States at the Library of Congress. Not in the British Museum Catalogue..

      [Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.]
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        Portugalliae que olim lusitania... Kolor. Kupferstichkarte von B. Doetecomius aus Mercatoris atlas bei Hondius. Amsterdam, 1606. 34 x 50 cm. Gerahmt.

      1606. . Gewestete Karte mit Titel-, Text- und Meilenzeigerkartusche sowie Kompassrose oben links und Wappendarstellung oben rechts.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Schramm]
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        Digestum vetus seu pandectarum iuris civilis tomus primus, cum lectionum florentinarum varietatibus. diligentius quam antea in margine appofitis, post sane accusii commentarios, contii scholia, cuiacii paratitla, ...Nunc redens IACOBI ANELLI de BOTTIS, ac AUGUSTINI CARAVITAE, Regiorum in regno Napolitano Consiliariorum adnotationibus illustratus.

      1606,. 0 S., Titel mit Vignette, 36 Blätter (vita Iustiniani, de confirmatione, epitome institutionum, index paragraphorum, index materiarum), 854 Spalten und 67 Blätter Index legum + materiarum; 2630 Spalten digestorum prooemium (mit einer Abbildung "arbor iurisdictionum"), liber 1 - 24 und 20 Blätter Additiones novae suppletiones, declarationes & intellectus ad quamplures es varijs titulus Degesti veteris leges, clarissimis iureconsultis, regijsq, regno neapolitano illustribus consiliarijs. Venetiis, MDCVI, sub signo Aquilae renouantis. 27 x 20 cm, neu in Halbleder gebunden, Lederecken, marmorierte Deckel. Photos anfordern.

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau mit der Einnahme Wachtendonks durch Spinola am 28.10.1605 ('Wachtendonck').

      . Kupferstich v. Georg Keller aus Mercurii Gallobelgici, ..., 1606, 20 x 25,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Nicht bei Wachtendonk - Eine altgeldrische Stadt, Abb.; Thieme-Becker, Künstler-Lexikon, Bd. XX, S. 101 f. (Georg Keller war Maler, Radierer u. Kupferstecher in Frankfurt <geb. 9.9.1568 in Frankfurt a.M., gest. 1634 in Frankfurt a.M.>; lernte vier Jahre bei dem berühmtesten Holzschneider seiner Zeit, Jost Amman in Nürnberg; seit 1595 wieder in Frankfurt, ...). - Sehr seltener Frankfurter Einblattdruck!

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau mit der Belagerung Spinolas i.J. 1606 ('Rhein Berck').

      . Kupferstich v. Georg Keller, dat. 1606, 19 x 24,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Thieme-Becker, Künstler-Lexikon, Bd. XX, S. 101 f. (Georg Keller war Maler, Radierer u. Kupferstecher in Frankfurt <geb. 9.9.1568 in Frankfurt a.M., gest. 1634 in Frankfurt a.M.>; lernte vier Jahre bei dem berühmtesten Holzschneider seiner Zeit, Jost Amman in Nürnberg; seit 1595 wieder in Frankfurt, ...). - Sehr seltener Frankfurter Einblattdruck (Flugblatt) in tadelloser Erhaltung!

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        'Andaluziae Nova Descript. I. Hondius - 1606':.

      . Kupferstich v. Judocus Hondius n. Gerard Mercator b. Henricus Hondius in Amsterdam, dat. 1606 ersch. 1633, 35,5 x 50 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I, S. 673, 6110:1A.1; 1:114. - Zeigt Andalusien mit den Provinzen Almeria, Cadiz, Cordoba, Granada, Huelva, Jaen, Malaga und Sevilla sowie die Atlantikküste von der portugisischen Grenze bis Tarifa (Golf von Cadiz) u. die Mittelmeerküste von Tarifa bis Almeria (Costa del Sol); am unteren Kartenrand die Straße von Gibraltar mit der nördl. Spitze von Marokko. - Unten links große barocke Titelkartusche; unten rechts Kartusche mit 2 versch. Meilenzeigern; oben links Kartusche mit 6 Zeilen Text; vor der Küste von Marbella / Malaga großes Segelschiff u. Meeresungeheuer. - Perfect condition!

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      Madrid: En casa de Juan de la Cuesta, 1606.. Madrid: En casa de Juan de la Cuesta, 1606.. Two parts bound in one volume, paged continuously. 184 leaves. Lacks titlepage, preliminary leaf, and map. Small folio. Bound in full vellum in antique style, leather label. Several leaves tanned, though generally clean internally. Several 19th-century library stamps. Missing leaves and map replaced in expert facsimile. Good. First and only edition of this early 17th- century Spanish navigation manual. García de Cespedes, who served as Royal Cosmographer to Felipe III and held the chair of cosmographer at the navigators&#39; school in Seville, relied on some information on navigation and mathematics attributed to Pedro Nuñez, but the work is substantially his own. The work consists of separate sections, each with its own titlepage, devoted to navigation and hydrography, and woodcut illustrations of diagrams and instruments are found throughout. The final chapter provides instructions for navigation in the Americas, with sailing directions for the West Indies, Veracruz, and Havana, as well as instructions from Spain to Rio de la Plata, the Straits of Magellan, and the Pacific coast of South America. The text also includes documents relating to the dispute between Spain and Portugal regarding the line of demarcation between those countries&#39; territories in the New World as initially created by papal decree in 1493. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 606/50. SABIN 11718. MEDINA (BHA) 515. JCB (3)II:39. JCB MARITIME HAND-LIST 68. PALAU 98619. WAGNER NORTHWEST COAST 244.

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        Institutiones linguae hebraicae, Ex optimo quoque auctore collectae.

      Antwerpen, Plantin, 1606.. 206,32 S., 2 Ausschlagtafeln. Etwas neuerer HALBPergament , mit 5 Bünden. Klein 8°. Alte handschriftliche Bemerkungen auf Titelblatt.. K:GS. Anhang:Weitenauer, Ignatio: Trifolium hebraicum sive nova grammaticae biblicae metodus qua intra horas cum tenuissimo quovis Lexico explicare biblia hebraica possis. 1756. Einband nur etwas fleckig, ältere Titeleinträge, sonst schönes, sehr frisches Exemplar !!

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        How to chuse, ride, trayne, and dyet, both hunting-horses and running horses. With all the secrets thereto belonging discovered. An arte never heeretofore written by any author. Also a discourse of horsemanship [...].

      London, E. A[llde] for Ed. White, 1606.. (142) pp. With numerous woodcut text illustrations. 19th century full crushed brown morocco by Riviere & Son; spine lettered in gilt, leading edges and turn-ins gilt. All edges gilt. 8vo.. Milestone of hippiatric literature, by one of the earliest Western owners of and dealers in Arabian horses. Extremely rare, as are all the earlier Elizabethan editions; the fifth edition under this title. Of Arabian stallions, the author writes: "This Arabian is of nature milde and gentle to his Ryder and Keeper, but to strangers noste cruell: they will bite like Mastifes, if you offer to strike them, they will come open mouthed at you like a Dogge, and the more you strike the more they wil bite, they feare nothing, the night and day is with them all one: and as those Gentlemen reporte that have travailed in those Countries, they ordinarily live till fiftie and threescore yeares. This Horse for a Stallion is peerlesse, for he hath in him the puritie and vertue of all other Horses. They bee so excelent for travaile, that this Arabian (of which I have the ryding) beeing travaild from a parte of Arabia called Angelica to Constantinople, and from thence to the hithermoste partes of Germanie by land, and so by Sea to England, yet was hee so couragious and livelye, (having no flesh on his backe) that by no means hee could bee ruled" (A4r). - This work was first published in 1593 as "A Discourse of Horsmanshippe" - a booklet of a mere 46 leaves (of copy of which commanded 42,000 at Christie's in 2006). This was significantly expanded and reprinted under the present title in several scarce editions (1595, 1596, 1597, 1599, 1606) and then in abridged form in Markham's 1615 "Country Contentments", as well as in numerous editions of "Cheape and Good Husbandry" (1616). Gervase (Gervais, Jarvis) Markham, as well as his father Robert, a Nottinghamshire MP and Sheriff, was the owner of valuable horses, and "is said to have imported the first Arab. In a list of Sir Henry Sidney's horses in 1589 'Pied Markham' is enetered as having been sold to the French ambassador [and it, or a horse of the same name, may have been given to Markham by Sir Francis Walsingham], and Gervase sold an Arabian horse to James I for 500" (DNB). - Evenly browned throughout; joints and headcaps slightly rubbed; new endpapers stained by gilt turn-ins. A beautiful copy in its 19th century luxury binding by Riviere and Son. Provenance: formerly in the the Arabian Horse Owners Foundation Museum, with their ink ownership stamp on front pastedown. The AHOF was founded by Ruth "Bazy" Tankersley in 1963 and includes the W. R. Brown Memorial Library at Tucson, Arizona, devoted to the history of the horse. - Huth p. 13. STC 17350. Cf. Menessier de la Lance II, 156. Graesse IV, 403 (4to).

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        The Historie of Justine. Containing a narration of kingdoms, from the beginning of the Assyrian monarchy, unto the raigne of the emperor Augustus. Whereunto is newly added a briefe collection of the lives and manners of all the emperours succeeding, unto the Emp. Rodulphus now raigning. [ ] newly translated into English, by G.W.

      London William Iaggard 1606. Small Folio. ff. [8], 138, [40]. The first part includes a woodcut illustration of Solon, decorative initials and head and tail pieces. The second part [40 unnumbered leaves] contains a separate title page - "An Epitomie of the lives and manners of the Roman emperors taken out of the bookes of Sext. Aurelius Victor" - as well as numismatic portraits of the first 12 Roman emperors (Julius Caesar through Domitian). Early calf boards well rubbed, but treated and preserved; re-backed with gilt stamped spine. Rear blank leaf is intact; the front blank leaf may have been replaced with a sheet of early paper of a similar type. Pages are generally clean with occasional mild spots of marginal smudging; a small amount of marginal worming is present on the fore edge, above the lower right corner; the upper edge of the text block is closely trimmed, occasionally nicking the running titles. The inside front cover contains the dated armorial book plate of Henry Somerset 2nd Duke of Beaufort (1684-1714) - "The Most Noble Henry - Duke of Beaufort 1705-"; the inner rear cover has a bookplate from Julius Berzunza's Alexander the Great collection. English translation of Justinus's Epitome of Pompeius Trogus' lost work "Historiae Philippicae" on the history of the Macedonians and their empire. This edition of Justinus is of interest to SHAKESPEARE STUDIES. The translator "G.W." was George Wilkins (1578-1618), an associate of Shakespeare, a fellow member of the King's Company of Actors, and the most likely co-author of Shakespeare's late drama "Pericles, Price of Tyre." Pollard's English Short-Title Catalogue first identified Wilkins as the translator of the 1606 Justinus. (Wilkins actually plagiarized much of the translation from Arthur Golding's earlier English edition). In 1965 the scholar E.A.J. Honigmann confirmed the Wilkins ascription by showing how a passage lifted from Sydney's "Arcadia" was used in both the "Historie of Justine" and in Wilkins's 1608 novel "The Painful Adventures of Pericles, Prince of Tyre." The novel was based on Shakespeare's play (performed in 1607 and published in 1609). In addition Wilkins's "Pericles" re-uses part of the dedication which he wrote for the Justinus. A number of scholars over the years have argued that Wilkins was the co-author of Shakespeare's Pericles play. The theory that some of Shakespeare's later works were co-authored has created controversy amongst scholars who do not want to believe that the great bard would stoop to working with mediocre writers like Wilkins. Scholarship, however, has produced mounting evidence supporting the co-authorship scenario. Scholars have also examined the possibility that some passages in the Wilkins's Pericles novel preserve parts of the original play. In 1987 the state of scholarship was such that the Oxford edition of the "Complete Works of Shakespeare" included the play as a reconstructed text and drew "more heavily than usual on Wilkins's novel." [Vickers, p.313] An important study by Prof. Brian Vickers, Senior Fellow at the School of Advanced Study at the University of London, appears to definitively establish the co-authorship theory. (See Vickers, "Shakespeare, Co-Author; A Historical Study of Five Collaborative Plays," Oxford U. Press, 2002). This edition of Justinus is scarce at auction. [ESTC S117759, STC (2nd ed.) 24293]. Hardcover.

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        CORPUS JURIS CIVILIS A DIO[NYSIUS] GOTHOFREDO RECOGNITUM. Editio tertia. (2 Tle.). Tomus I. continens Pandectarum seu Digestorum libros quinquaginta. Additus est breviculus Index M.CCCC.XXV. Regulas juris continens. / Tomus II [continens]: Codicis DN. Justiniani libri XII ; Authenticae, seu Novellae Constitutiones ejusdem Justiniani CLXVIII. Edicta ejusdem Justiniani XIII. Constitutiones aliquot Justiniani, Justini et Tiberii ex libro Juliani antecessoris. Leonis Imperatoris Novellae CXIII. Constitutiones Imperatoriae juris Orientalis. Canones Apostolorum. Consuetudines Feudorum. Consuetudines Friderici II. Extravagantes. Liber de pace Constantiae

      Sancti Gervasii [d.i.: Genf], Impensis haered. Eusthatii Vignon [d.i.: Eustache Vignons Erben] 1606.. 8°. Tit., 18 Bll. (Titelei), 1882 Sp., Tit., 15 Bll. (Titelei), 872 Sp., 614 Sp. (enthält mit Ausnahme der 'Codicis Justinani' alle auf Tit. v. Tl. 2 aufgezählten Texte), 50 n. num. Sp. (Regulae & sententiae juris; Index). Mit Tit.einrahmung sowie einigen Zierleisten, Init. u. Vignetten in Holzschnitt. Pergamentbd. d. Zt. m. Rü.beschrift. v. alter Hd., abgeschrägten Seitenkanten, dez. blindgepr. Rahmen auf beiden Buchdeckeln, sowie umseit. farb. Sprengschnitt. Schließbänder fehlen; Einbd. berieben u. angestaubt sowie stellenw. m. Kratzspuren u. leicht angeschmutzt; beide Spiegel m. Wurmgängen; flieg. Vorsatz m. Knickspur u. hs. Sign. v. alter Hd.; Ss. z. Tl. etw. abgegriffen; im Text einige weinige Anstreich u. Anmerk.. Spangenberg 377; ADB IX, 448r-448s. Europaweit, lange Zeit maßgebliche Ausgabe der unter Kaiser Justinian I. (527-565) geschaffenen Kodifikation des römischen Rechts, bearbeitet durch den bedeutenden, französischen Juristen Dionysius Gothofredus (1549-1622). Seit dem 13. Jhdt. kennt man für das große Gesetzeswerk der Spätantike die Bezeichnung Corpus iuris civilis'. Ende des 16. Jahrhunderts faßte der Rechtsgelehrte Gothofredus die gesamten textkritischen Arbeiten zusammen und publizierte eine eigene Ausgabe mit Kommentaren und exegetischen Noten. Diese von Gothofredus bearbeitete Version nennt man auch Littera Gothfrediana', sie hatte bis in das 19. Jahrhundert hinein Gültigkeit, wo sie schließlich durch die Edition des Theodor Mommsen abgelöst wurde. Die Bearbeitung G.'s wurde mehr als fünfzigmal neu aufgelegt, darunter, alleine zu dessen Lebzeiten, dreimal in verschiedenen Ausgaben (Die erste erschien mit einem kurzen Kommentar 1583, die kommentarlose zweite 1587 und die dritte samt Glossen 1589). Hier vorliegend der dritte Nachdruck der kommentarlosen zweiten Ausgabe.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker]
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        Biblia, Alten und Neuen Testament. Verdeutschet dorch D. Martin Luthern. Jetzundt von neuwem, nach der letzten Edition, so D. Mart. Luth. selbst selbst durchlesen, mit sonderm Fleiß corrigiert: Vnd mit nützlichen Summarien vber alle Capitel, auch gewissen Versiculn, durch den Ehrwürdigen Herrn Veit Dieterich, etc. zugericht. Sampt newen notwendigen Registern, Auch mit schönen Figuren gezieret.

      Frankfurt, Vincenz Steinmeyer, 1606.. Ca. 37,5 x 24,5 cm. Gestochenes Titelblatt, 21 Blatt, 350 Blatt (3 Blatt fehlen), 250 Blatt (Zwischentitel fehlt), 163 Blatt (Neues Testament), mit zahlreichen altkolorierten Textholzschnitten. Geprägter Ledereinband der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln mit 2 Messingschließen.. Altkoloriertes Exemplar, gedruckt von Johann Saur (Gedruckt zu Franckfurt am Mayn durch Johan Sauren Jn Verlegung Vincentij Steinmeyers). Mit dem altkoloriertem Zwischentitel zum Neuen Testament (Das Newe Testament Teutsch). Das auf dem Titelblatt angegebene Register nicht beigebunden. Paginierungsfehler auf Blatt 33 (32 satt 33), Blatt 40 (28 statt 40), Blatt 153 (155 satt 153), Blatt 164 (152 statt 164), Blatt 272 (273 satt 272), Blatt 286 (284 statt 286) im Alten Testament. Blatt 45, 46 und 47 im Alten Testament, Blatt 1 (Zwischentitel: Die Propheten alle Teutsch) im 2. Teil (Propheten) und Blatt 161 im Neuen Testment fehlen. Teilweise gebräunt, Titelblatt alt hinterlegt, einige Seiten seitlich knapp beschnitten, fingerfleckig, die letzten Blätter des Neuen Testaments an den Rändern alt hinterlegt (teils mit Buchstabenverlust), Vorsätze alt beschrieben. Einband berieben und nachgedunkelt, 4 der ursprünglich 8 Beschläge und ein Schließband fehlen.

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        Priapeia, Sive Diversorum Poetarum In Priapum Lusus. Illustrati Commentariis Gasperis Schoppii, Franci. L. Apuleii Madaurensis Anechomenos, Ab eodem illustratus. Heraclii Imperatoris, Sophoclis, Sophistae, C. Antonii, Q. Sorani, & Cleopatrae Reginae, Epistolae.

      Francoforti ad Moenum : [E Typographeio Wolffgangi Richteri. Impensa Conradi Nebenii], M D VI. [i.e. 1606].. 16°. 176 S., 1 Bl. Schmuckloses HPergament d. Zt.. Erste Ausgabe. Kasper Schoppe, ursprünglich Sohn eines evangelischen Amtmanns, war der größte deutsche Propagandist der katholischen Gegenreformation. "Daß er 1596 auch die Gedichtsammlung "Priapeia" herausgegeben und kommentiert haben soll - erotische, aber eher zurückhaltend als offen obszöne und keineswegs pornographische Verse, benannt nach dem Fruchtbarkeitsgott Priapos - paßt nicht so recht ins Bild und wird nach dem Erscheinen der ihm zugeschriebenen Ausgabe auf der Frankfurter Herbstmesse 1606 von Sch. in zwei Schreiben aus Rom, 21.10., als Lüge bezeichnet ... Allerdings drückt sich Sch. sehr vorsichtig aus, denn er hatte sich zwar in seinem Studium von diesbezüglichen Exzessen freigehalten, aber gemäß dem Pauluswort "omnia mihi licent, sed non omnia expediunt" (1 Kor. 6,12) doch die schlüpfrigen Werke der klassischen Autoren gelesen, wobei er sich auch auf die entsprechende Indexregel des Tridentinums berufen konnte. Im Hauptteil des "Scaliger Hypobolimaeus" legt er dar, daß die "Priapeia" [i.e. in der erschienenen Fassung] nicht von ihm, sondern von seinem ehemaligen Altdorfer Kommilitonen/Gehilfen und jetzigem Gegner Melchior Goldast (1578-1635) stammen, der ihn bloßstellen und seinen Glaubenswechsel wie seine Polemik in Verruf bringen wolle; doch gab er zu, einige Priapeiaglossen verfaßt zu haben. Die Frage konnte auch durch Hausmann nicht endgültig geklärt werden, doch führt er gewichtige Gründe dafür an, "daß der überwiegende Teil des Kommentars [von 1606] wohl doch ein opus iuvenile Sch.s ist" "(Biographisch-Bibliographisches-Kirchenlexikon Bd. XVIII, Sp. 1261f.) --- ANGEBUNDEN: C. Valerii. Catulli casta carmina ab Raphaele Eglino Iconio tigurino. 1606. 102 S. --- Einband berieben, Kanten stärker. Buchblock am Vorsatz gebrochen. Angestaubt und papierbedingt gebräunt. Teils Anstreichungen von alter Hand.

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        Anotomia [Anatomia] del Corpo humano: co' Discorsi del Medesimo, Novamente Ristampata E con l'aggiunta d' alcune Tavole Ampliata.

      Venedig, Giunti, 1606.. Folio (33 : 22,5 cm). Gest. Tit.,17 unnum. 154 num., 4 unnum. Bll. mit ganzs. gest. Portr., 46 ganzs. Textkupfern und Kupfertaf., einigen Holzschnitt-Initialen, -vign. und -marginalien, Druckermarke. Neu Ziegenpergament in neuer Hlwd.-Kassette mit Buntpapierbezug.. Hirsch, Biogr. Lex. II, S. 129. - Zweiter Nachdruck der zweiten italienischen Ausgabe [1586] des bedeutenden Werks in neuem Einband. - Mit den 4 zusätzl. Kupfertafeln zum Kapitel 'Muskeln' auf 4 unnum. Bll., diese zwischen das Zweite und Dritte Buch, Bll. 82 und 83, eingebunden . - Im Rand tls. gebräunt und schwach wasserrandig. Wenige Wurmspuren. Erstes und letztes Blatt mit transpar. hinterleg. Randläsuren. Letzte Bll. stockfleckig. Schnitt mit alt. hs. Titelbeschriftung. Einbd.neu gebunden in dekorativer Hlwd.-Kassette mit Deckelbezug aus venezian. Buntpapier.

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        Iac. Aug. Thuani historiarum sui temporis pars. ( Tomus I-II in einem Band ) ( = Liber I - XXXVIII )

      Paris, Drouart, 1606.. Der erste Teil mit 9 n.n. Blättern ( Titelkupfer mit der Titelei und Vorrede ), 739 Seiten / Der zweite Teil mit 2 n.n. Blättern ( mit in rot und schwarz gedrucktem Titelblatt ) 670 Seiten, 19 n.n. Blätter ( Index ). Mit einigen gestochenen Vignetten im Text. Halbpergament der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem farbigen Rückenschildchen und umlaufendem Rotschnitt, Kleinfolio ( 33 x 22 cm ). Das schöne Titelkupfer von L. Gaultier. Hier die ersten beiden Bände der Geschichte Frankreich in einem Band. Insgesamt erschien die Ausgabe laut KVK in 4 Bänden ) Im vorliegenden Band wird der Zeitraum in etwa von 1500 hin zur Herrschafts Heinrichs IV. geschildert. ( letzter Eintrag lautet auf 1572 ). Einband berieben, etwas fleckig. Ecken und Kanten bestoßen. Innen 2 alte Besitzvermerke auf dem vorderen Vorsatzblatt, das schöne Titelkupfer gering stockfleckig etwas angeknickt, 1 Blatt der Vorrede mit kleiner Fehlstelle unter kleinem Textverlust, Seiten vorn und hinten zum Außenrand hin teils etwas wurmstichig, wenige Seiten etwas fleckig oder stockfleckig, wenige Seiten mit kleinen Unterstreichungen von alter Hand, wenige Seiten gering angeknickt. Wenige Seiten mit kleinen Marginalien von alter Hand. Insgesamt guter, dekorativer Zustand des in lateinischer Sprache Werks über die Geschichte Frankreichs. ( Gewicht 4200 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ).

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        De Asse et Partibus eius: Autore Georgio Henischio B. Medico & Mathematico Aug. >> Mit handschriftlicher Autorenwidmung an den späteren (1623) Augsburger Amtsbürgermeister Friedrich Bechler. <<

      Augustae Vindelicorum (Augsburg): Ad Insigne Pinus, Typis Davidi Franci, MDCVI (1606).. Format (klein): 10 x 15,5 cm, Erstausgabe. 4, 233, 24 Seiten + 2 gefaltete Holzschnitt-Tabellen. Sprache: Latein mit vielen deutschen Einsprengseln und griechischen Passagen. Fest gebunden in Pergament (= Palimpsest, rückseitig noch erkennbar voll beschriftet, wohl viel älter als der Buchblock). Rücken auf fünf durchgezogenen Bünden. Am Titelblatt gestochene Verlegermarke des von Markus Welser initiierten und u.a. von G. Henisch mitbegründeten exklusiven Verlages "Ad Insigne Pinus" mit geringer Editionszahl (insg. ca. 80 Drucke) . >> Zweizeilige eigenhändige Widmung von Henisch an "Ornatissime Viro Friderico Bechlero." << sowie zwei Besitzernamen v. 1630 und 1733, einer davon (1630) von > Christoph Bechler (1599 - 1652) , dem Sohn des o.a. Widmungsempfängers, Geheimer Rat und 1648 maßgeblich an der Einführung der Parität in Augsburg beteiligt. < - Gutes, innen sehr gutes, vollständiges Exemplar, komplett mit den Falttafeln und allen Kapiteln (es existieren auch kürzere Ausgaben, evtl. Lieferungen, mit einzelnen Kapiteln). >> Durch die eigh. Autorenwidmung, auch die Besitzereinträge eine echte Rarität. <<. * Der Universalgelehrte Georg Henisch (1549 - 1618) repräsentiert das Ende des Späthumanismus, den Übergang zum Zeitalter der Naturwissenschaften. Er wirkte am Augsburger Annagymnasium als Professor für Logik, Mathematik, Hebräisch, Griechisch, Latein und Rhetorik, übte 1580-93 das Amt des Rektors aus, leitete gleichzeitig die Stadtbibliothek und führte bis zu seinem Tod eine ärztliche Praxis. 1600 gab er den Katalog der Stadtbibliothek heraus (= ältester Druckkatalog einer öffentlichen Bibliothek). H. verfaßte u.v.a. auch das erste deutsche Wörterbuch überhaupt, ein vergleichendes Werk in 10 Sprachen: deutsch, englisch, böhmisch, französisch, griechisch, hebräisch, italienisch, polnisch, spanisch und ungarisch, von dem er einen Band (von A-G) vollenden konnte. ** H. gehört zu dem weit über Augsburg hinaus wirkenden Späthumanistenkreis an der Wende vom 16. zum 17. Jahrhundert, mit Verbindungen zu katholischen und protestantischen Gelehrten in Deutschland, Frankreich, Italien und den Niederlanden. *** Die vorl. Schrift befaßt sich mit dem römischen und dem Münzwesen überhaupt, streift auch dessen europäische Geschichte bzw. den aktuellen Stand und bringt viele Textverweise/ Übersetzungsvarianten ins Deutsche (auch bezogen auf Redewendungen etc,) sowie altgriechische Textpartien. . **** Die handschriftliche Widmung Henischs im vorl. Buch gilt dem Handelsmann und späteren Amtsbürgermeister Friedrich Bechler (1570 - 1626). Er gehörte zu den 32 größten Augsburger Steuerzahlern. Sein Sohn Christoph, der 1630 als Besitzer am Titelblatt zeichnete, gehörte dem Augsburger Patriziat an.

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        Castiliae Veteris et Novae Descriptio

      ca 1606. Kolorierter Kupferstich, Darstellung: 49,5 x 36 cm. Altkolorierte und goldgehöhte Karte von Kastilien-La Mancha. Etwas gebräunt, leichte Faltspuren in der Mitte, winziger Einriss in der Falte. Contemporary colored map of Castilla-La Mancha with gold highlights. Slightly age-toned, soft folds in the middle, tiny tear in the green coloring in the fold.

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        De Gloria Libri V Eiusdem de Nobilitate Civili et Christiana, Libri V.

      Paris, Isaias Le Preux, 1606. - in-8. 8ff. 288pp. 8ff. Maroquin rouge, dos lisse orné, filets dorés sur les plats qui ont des armoiries dorées au centre (Reliure ancienne). Edition collective de ces deux textes politiques contenant des conseils aux souverains, du grand écrivain portugais Jeronimo Osorio (1506-1580). Exemplaire ayant appartenu à un évêque que nous n'avons pas identifié et dont les armoiries dorées figurent sur les plats. Il a également appartenu à un élève du Collège de Beauvais à Paris du nom de "Desurionne". Petit travail de ver réparé dans la marge extérieure de quelques feuillets qui sont tachés, et à l'angle extérieur des dernières pages. Rousseurs.

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        Arabismus, h.e. Præcepta Arabicæ Linguæ, In harmoniâ ad Ebræa, eademq; Universalia, nec non Chaldæo-Syra, (feofum antehac edita illa ab autore) conscripta, exemplis sufficinti-busq; confirmata illustrataq;.

      Jobi Wilhelmi Fincelii Quarto, 18 x 14.5 cm, old cloth boards, black morocco label lettered gilt, spine chipped, pp.8 + 166, including the errata on the last two pages, woodcut initial, decorated woodcut to chapter heading and ending, Latin with Arabic in the text throughout, extensive manuscript annotations (slightly trimmed) in an early hand in Latin and Arabic in the blank margins on many pages, leaves lightly browned, faint small old oval library stamp on recto of title, discreet old small circular stamp on title, an excellent large copy.Schnurrer, Biblotheca Arabica, 82. Not in Smitskamp, Philologia Orientalis. Copac: Oxford, Cambridge only. Not in the BL.FIRST EDITION OF THIS VERY RARE ARABIC GRAMMAR FROM THE WITTENBERG SCHOOL OF ORIENTALISM. Andrea Sennert (1606-1689) was a pupil of M.Trostius, became Professor of Hebrew in Wittenberg in 1636 and paid special attention to the study of Arabic.

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        Il Pastor Fido, Tragicomedia Pastorale di Battista Guarini, Dedicata al Sereniss. D. Carlo Emanuele Duca di Savoia, &c. Nelle reali Nozze di Sua Altezza, con la Sereniss. Infante D. Caterina d'Austria. Nuovamente ristampato, & ricorretto. In Venetia, Appresso Alessandro de' Vecchi, 1606.

      In 12, [mm. 130 x 71], pp. 238 ? (4). In pergamena coeva con autore al dorso. Al piatto anteriore etichetta applicata che copre parzialmente una annotazione. Piccola mancanza all'angolo superiore di quiella posteriore con annotazioni: di Mavardi (?). Tracce di bindelle. Al frontespizio annotazione di possesso solo parzialmente leggibile. Alcune pagine con piccole fori di tarlo che non ledono il testo e altre con macchie. Strappo al margine interno di p. 23, p. 87 con errore di numerazione. L'operetta è dedicata e il frontespizio presenta una marca tipografica raffigurante un serpente avvolto al tronco di un albero entro una cornice figurata con due puttini alati. L'inizio dei cinque atti è abbellito da vignette xilografiche entro cornici architettoniche. Alessandro Vecchi attivo fra gli ultimi anni del XVI secolo e il primo ventennio del successivo in genere utilizzava una marca con tre rose. Assai strana la dedica dell'opera a Carlo Emanuele di Savoia per le sue nozze con Caterina d'Austria, figlia di Filippo di Spagna le nozze si erano celebrate infatti nel 1585 e, dopo aver dato dieci figli a Carlo Emanuele, era già morta di parto nel 1597. Carlo Emanuele di Savoia, soprannominato il Grande cercò di ingrandire il Ducato occupando militarmente il marchesato di Saluzzo, che era sotto la protezione della Francia, in quel momento scossa dalla guerra civile. Il trattato di pace al termine della guerra sanciva il possesso del marchesato ai Savoia. Sempre nel tentativo di allargare i propri domini si inserì nella successione per il Ducato di Mantova e fu costretto quindi a schierarsi alternativamente on la Spagna e la Francia nel tentativo di salvare i propri domini. Morì di febbre nel 1630 dopo che i Francesi avevano sconfitto il suo esercito. Giovanni Battista Guarini nacque a Ferrara nel 1538 studiò legge a Padova e nel 1567 entrò nella corte di Alfonso d'Este di cui fu poeta di corte insieme al Tasso; alla sua morte passò poi a Firenze e quindi alla corte di Urbino. Morì a Venezia nel 1612. Il Pastor fido venne rappresentato per la prima volta nel 1585, appunto in occasione delle nozze di Carlo Emanuele, ma venne stampata solo nel 1590. L'opera unisce elementi tragici e comici: Diana per un offesa impone che in Arcadia ogni anno gli venga sacrificata una fanciulla finché due giovani di stirpe divina si sposeranno. Il sacerdote Montano, discendente di Ercole decide allora di far sposare il proprio figlio Silvio con Amarilli che discende da Pan. Amarilli ama invece Mirtillo, amato a sua volta dalla ninfa Corsica. L'opera si concluderà con l'unione fra Mirtillo, il pastor fido che si scopre essere anche lui figlio di Montano ed Amarilli mentre Silvio si unisce alla ninfa Dorinda di cui si è nel frattempo innamorato. Edizione non censita in ICCU.

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        RESOLVTIONVM CRIMINALIVM. Centvriae Dvae in qvibvs omnia pene ad criminosorvm invdidiorvm materiam pertinentia ita excuffaapparent, vtiudicantium futurus fit nemo, qui vel minimo negocio quoflibet maleficiorum nodos diffoluat

      - Florentia, M.A. Sermartellium, 1606,folio pergamino, 4 h.+493 págs.+42 h. PROCESAL

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        Discorso...nel quale si dimostra, che la nuova Stella apparita l&#39;Ottobre passato 1604. nel Sagittario non è Cometa, ne Stella generata, ò creata di nuovo, ne apparente: ma una di quelle che furono da Principio nel Cielo; e ciò esser conforme alla vera Filosofia, Teologia, e Astronomiche demostrazioni

      Woodcut device on title. 2 p.l., 70, [2J pp. Small 4to, attractive antique half-calf & marbled boards (last two leaves with small marginal wormholes), spine gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. Florence: Giunta, 1606. First edition of a scarce book which occasioned, in the opinion of Prof. Stillman Drake, one of Galileo&#39;s most devastating scientific replies and a major statement against philosophical astronomy. It should be remembered that the supernova of 1604 became a storm center with Galileo as leader in the battle against the Aristotelians. The controversy over the new star of 1604 was a crucial turning point in Galileo&#39;s conception of scientific investigation. He scornfully dismissed philosophical astronomy and insisted instead on measurement as the only method of determining the exact nature of heavenly bodies. Colombe (b. 1565), a member of the Florentine Academy, enjoyed a great contemporary reputation as a philosopher, astronomer, mathematician, and poet. In late 1605, Colombe "obtained a license to publish a book [the present work] on the nova of 1604 that was probably printed in January 1606 and would have reached Galileo in February. Colombe&#39;s opinion was that the 1604 star was not new, but had always been in the heavens, a theory he promised on his title page to reconcile with all true astronomy, philosophy, and theology. A devastating answer to it was published at Florence in June 1606, entitled Considerations of Alimberto Mauri on some Passages in the Discourse of Lodovico [sic] delle Colombe. After a year of inquiries Colombe, still unable to find any flesh-and-blood Alimberto Mauri, suspected that the attack had really been written by Galileo. I believe he was right, since much in the book that would hardly have been written by any other professor of astronomy at the time fits Galileo&#39;s style and outlook. Certainly Galileo had a large part in the book, if it was not entirely his. I shall refer to its author as &#39;Mauri,&#39; and it is my opinion that parts of it were taken from the &#39;Astronomical Considerations&#39; Galileo had sent to Guidobaldo, hastily rearranged and supplemented to attack a new opponent rather than belatedly reply to an old one... "&#39;Mauri&#39; concluded that Colombe had better stick to his philosophical astronomy and leave mathematical astronomy out of it, since it was hopeless to make them agree in principle... "&#39;Mauri&#39; remarked in several places that astronomy could be improved only by attention to observations, not by new hypotheses, and that in fact there already existed sufficient accurate observations for the task."-Drake, Galileo at Work, pp. 117-19. A very nice copy. &#10087; Carli & Favaro 20. See Drake, Galileo against the Philosophers for an extended discussion of this book and the important role it played in Galileo&#39;s scientific life. Riccardi, I, col. 357. Not in Cinti. .

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      Amsterdam. unbound. Map. Copperplate engraving with hand coloring. Image measures 13.25 x 17.75". This map of China, Japan, and Korea documents European exploration of the once-fabled Far East. Produced circa 1606, it provides an informative survey of the East Asian region that focuses on European maritime trade and missionary work. The map is notable visually and topographically for its prominent emphasis on water, whether in the form of the multiple lakes in China&#39;s inland or through the dazzling texture of the surrounding "Chinese Ocean." The visible networks of rivers in China as well as India illustrate the complex trade networks developing in this period, symbolized by the two decorative ships in the sea. Of course, with commercial contact came cultural contact, often in the form of Christian missions. The activity of these missionaries informs the short descriptions scattered throughout the map, as well as the illustrations of a Chinese wind-wagon (at left) and the execution of a Franciscan missionary (at right). Geographically worth noting are the depiction of Pegu (Burma) and Korea as an island, as well as a small portion of North American in the upper right corner. Latin text on verso. The map is in very good condition and lined with Japanese tissue. Slight repair talong center fold on verso. Gerard Mercator (1512-1594) was an accomplished mathematician, cartographer, globe maker and engraver best known for the Mercator Projection. Incorporating the newly accepted fact that the world is round, Mercator was able to render longitude lines consistently straight on a chart. Although this requires some distortion, it was of great use for navigators; furthermore, it has since become historically important, as it is still the most commonly used projection today. Originally created by Mercator, this plate was issued after his death by the prominent engraver and instrument-maker Jodocus Hondius, who republished Mercator&#39;s work in many languages and editions. Although their partnership was only indirect, Mercator and Hondius are one of the most significant pairs in the history of mapmaking.

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        Primera parte de la Historia general del Mundo . desde el año de M.D.LIX hasta el de M.D.LXXIIII. ---Segunda parte de la Historia general del Mundo . desde el año de MDLXXV hasta el de MDLXXXV -Tercera parte.desde el año de 1585 hasta el de 1598 .

      Madrid, Luis Sánchez- Madrid, Pedro Madrigal- Madrid, Alonso Martín de Balboa. 1601-1601-1612. Primera edición, muy difícil de encontrar íntegra en el mercado. Crónica puntual de los sucesos acaecidos durante el reinado de Felipe II, cuya publicación se dilató en el tiempo. En 1606 se reimprimieron las dos primeras partes en Valladolid, versión más - fácilmente localizable en venta, aunque no se llegó a imprimir la Tercera parte. Su interés aumenta por las informaciones que facilita de los momentos más delicados del Imperio español, así como noticias puntuales de América, Asia, África y el Mediterráne. expurgo inquisitorial que dicha obra había tenido en el siglo XVIII, que censuró precisamente dicho capítulo que correspondía a la muerte de Inocencio IX y el modo de elección para nuevos Pontífices.Nuestro ejemplar está completo, sin la censura. tejuelo dorados, con la lomera un tanto deslucida. Portada reforzada en tomo I, Tomo II con dos últimos folios con pequeñas pérdidas por polilla. Tomo III impecable. Palau (114315-7) indica lo siguiente: "Gayangos advierte que en muchos ejemplares falta el capítulo XI del libro VII". Pero al no seguir la tipobibliografía madrileña de Pérez Pastor, no se da cuenta que el ilustre bibliógrafo hacía referencia al Ex libris: Manuel José Quintana (1711-1857), poeta, jurista, bibliófilo cuya biblioteca se diseminó y dispersó a su muerte al verse obligados sus descendientes a venderla para pagar las deudas familiares. Encuadernación en piel de época con nervios y

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        Histoire maccaronique de Merlin Coccaie, prototype de Rablais, ou est traicté les ruses de Cingar, les tours de Boccal, les adventurez de Leonard, les forces de Fracasse, enchantements de Gelfore & Pandrague, & les rencontres heureuse de Balde, &c, plus l

      chez Toussainct Du Bray 1606 - Paris, chez Toussainct Du Bray, 1606 [1734]. 2 vol in 12 de VIII-370pp., [2]-419pp.-[1 privilège du Roy], reliure en demi veau brun à coins de l'époque, dos à 4 nerfs surlignés et soulignés de doubles filets dorés, pièce de titre de maroquin bordeaux, légèrement frottée, encadrée d'un double filet doré, titre doré, tomaison noire au centre du dos, coiffes supérieure et inférieure du tome I. absentes, coiffe supérieure du tome II. absente, coins, coupes, plats et dos légèrement frottés, marges des pages de garde légèrement brunies, petites lettrines historiées et gravures en bandeau au début de chaque volume, page de titre ornée d'une petite gravure représentant un pot de fleurs, tranches mouchetées de rouge, bon exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De formandis medicinae studiis et schola medicinae studiis

      Strassburg: Conrad Scher, 1606. Schenck, Johann Georg (d. ca. 1620), ed. De formandis medicinae studiis et schola medica constituenda enchyridion selectum. 12mo. 143 [1]pp. Strassburg: Conrad Scher, 1607. 129 x 79 mm. Vellum c. 1607, a little rubbed, title in ms. on spine. Some foxing and browning, but very good. Early ownership inscription on title. First Strassburg Edition, published simultaneously with an edition issued in Basel. A collection of works by Mercuriale, Castellanus, Plancodomus, Sylvius and Memius on medical education and the formation of a medical curriculum. It was compiled by Johann Georg Schenck, author of the first bibliography of gynecology (see G-M 6013.1) and the son of Johann Schenck of Grafenburg (1530-98), the greatest medical compiler of his day. Rare. When we checked --OCLC cited only one copy (NLM) in North American libraries. Hirsch.

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      London: Imprinted, by H.L. for Mathew Lownes, 1606.. [8],131pp. including engraved headpieces, plus four folding tables. Small quarto. Dbd. A couple tears in folds of tables with no loss; some margins shaved, affecting some text, headlines, or catchwords. Otherwise about fine. In a cloth chemise and brown half morocco and cloth box. One of the classic early English works on travel in foreign parts, a by-product of the great Elizabethan expansion into the world. This is the Marquis of Lothian&#39;s copy, sold at Anderson Galleries in 1932. Palmer was appointed high sheriff of Kent in 1595. The following year he accompanied the expedition to Cadiz and was knighted. Noted by Rosenbach as "exceedingly rare," Palmer discusses in this work the advantages of foreign travel and outlines some commercial and political principles of which the traveller should be apprised. He outlines reasons for travel, from tourism to spying, and the economic imperatives for going overseas in the expanding would. Several references are made to America, with notes on the customs and manners of the Indians, etc. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 606/85. JCB (2)III:41. COX II, p.322. STC 19156. DNB XV, pp.161-62.

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        Alliance Genealogiques des Rois et Princes de Cavle.

      Iean de Tournes,, (Lyon), 1606 - Second edition, Reneue & Augmentee en Plufieurs Endroits & en Laguelle ont efte Adjougtes les Blafons ou Efcartelages des Armoiries. 2nd ed. Small folio. 33.5 x 22.5cm. 1042pp. Over 1000 engraved illus. Full vellum, rebound, private inscription on front end-paper. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Artus Taberniel, Salamanca 1606 - Falto de h de cortesia anterior, portada firmada y restaurada, 4 h, más 554 págs y 7 h. Palau 105278. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Praxis universae artis medicae, generalium aeque, ac particularium humani corporis praeter naturam affectuum dignotionem, juditium & curam omnium uberrime complectens. unum recenter in volumen collecta

      R. Meietti, Treviso 1606 - 8vo (150x100 mm). [16], 715, [1:blank] pp., title with vignette and printed in red and black, frequent mispaginations, text slightly browned (some quires stronger), marginal dampstaining to a few leaves only. Contemporary limp vellum (lacking ties). Ex-libris to first flyleaf. Handsome copy. ---- Krivatsy 2344; Wellcome I, 1186; DSB XV, 81; Hirsch-H. I, 868. - New edition of a treatise on practical medicine originally published in 1602-03 as "Artis medicae pars prima[-secunda]," comprising sections on fevers, poisons, venereal diseases, and diseases and conditions affecting the head, thorax, abdomen, and genitals. The thoracic section contains a discussion of Cesalpino's ideas on the flow of blood from the arteries to the veins in the peripheral circulation. "Cesalpino preceded Harvey in the discovery of the concept of the circulation, and Harvey must have known of his ideas, but Cesalpino's idea of the circulation was not supported by convincing experimental works or quantitative evidence" (Garrison-M. 755). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Postill Oder Außlegung der Fest - und Feyrtäglichen Evangelien durch das gantze Jar, Sambt Außführlicher Erklärung der Historien vom Leyden und Sterben Christi. Item: Vierzehen Predigen von der H. Communion in einer und beyder Gestallt. Deßgleichen ein nützliches Register [.].,

      München, Nikolaus Heinrich, 1606. - Erstausgabe dieser Fortsetzung von Scherers &#132;Postill Oder Außlegung der Sonntäglichen Evangelien durch das gantze Jahr". - Die 16 tlw. wiederholten großen Holzschnitte zur Passion mit figürlicher Bordüre von Virgil Solis stammen aus der Zeit um 1570.- Der Tiroler Jesuit Georg Scherer (1540-1605) war u.a. Hofprediger an der Hofburgkapelle zu Wien. Immer wieder hatte er die Erzherzöge Ernst, Matthias und Maximilian als Zuhörer. Dadurch trug Scherer sehr zur Festigung und Verteidigung des Katholizismus in den österreichischen Landen bei. Aus seinen gedruckten Kanzelreden erfahren wir, wie er selbst gegen Juden und Moslems polemisierte. Seine Vorstellungen von Teufelsaustreibungen und Hexenwahn waren stark übertrieben, ja gefährlich. Zugleich aber gewann er viele Menschen zum katholischen Glauben zurück, der berühmteste unter ihnen war Melchior Klesl, der berühmte spätere Oberhirte in Wien. - Einband berieben u. fleckig. Titel m. kl. alten Besitzvermerken. Etw. gebräunt u. stock- bzw. braunfleckig. Kopfsteg tlw. schwach wasserrandig.Vereinzelt m. Bleistiftanstreichungen am seitlichen Rand. - Insgesamt schönes Exemplar dieser seltenen Predigtsammlung. - VD17, 12:633384S (nur ein Exemplar in der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek München); Vgl. De Backer/S. VII, 763, 43. Sprache: la Gewicht in Gramm: 5000 Fol. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz m. breiter illustr. Kupferbordüre, zahlr. Holzschn.-Vignetten u. Initialen sowie 59 (dav. 16 größere von Virgil Solis) Textholzschnitten. 10 nn. Bll., DCXCIX [699] S., Schweinsldr. d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln a. 5 Bünden m. reicher Blindprägung, handschriftl. Rückenschild, dreiseitigem Farbschnitt u. 2 Schließen. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Del Origen y Principio de la lengua Castellana o Romance que oi se usa en Espana.

      En Roma, por Carlo Vulliet, 1606. - in-4. 4ff. 371pp. 9ff. Plein maroquin rouge, dos à nerfs orné, plats ornés d'un encadrement doré (Reliure vers 1900). Edition Originale de cet ouvrage classique sur la langue castillane et ses origines, écrit par un chanoine de la ville andalouse de Cordoue. "Durante los últimos años el interes por nuestra historiografía lingüística ha ido en aumento y la publicación tanto de obras básicas de referencia como de estudios nos permiten encarar esa mirada hacia el pasado desde una óptica nueva. Desde la misma sigue siendo cierto que la obra del Canónigo cordobés, es uno de los hilos básicos de nuestro devenir filológico" (prologue de l'édition en fac-similé publié dans la "Biblioteca filologica hispana"). Superbe titre gravé (petite et habile restauration). Bel exemplaire. Palau, 6392. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Edimburgi [=Basel], (Thomas Guarin), 1579.

      8vo. (14),+ 236,+ (3) pp. A small hole in the title leaf, with loss of half a letter on verso. Minor dampstain in beginning. Contemporary marginal notes and underlinings in ink. Bound together with: (WEYHE, Eberhard von.) Verisimilia theologica, iuridica ac politica: De regni subsidiis ac oneribus subditorum. Libri I Samuelis cap. VIII. traditis: Per Philippum Melanchtonem theologorum & politicorum coriphaeum proposita: repertita & defensa discursim. contra Bartolum Bodinum, Rossaeum, Brutum, Zepperum et alios- Autore Magnifico et nobilissimo viro Waremundo de Erenbergk. Frankfurt, Ioannis Saurii, sump Petrus Kopfii, 1606. 8vo. 197 pp. Near contemporary vellum, handwritten title in ink on spine, spotting on front board. Vindiciae: VD16 M 6380. PMM 94b. Not in Adams. Weihe: VD17 1:009475B. First edition of the important hugenot tract "Vindiciae contra tyrannos"! The authorship still remains uncertain. VD16 after Barbier has Philippe de Mornay (Du Plessis Mornay) (1549-1623) as author, but PMM has it attributed to Hubert Languet (1518-81). "It is the most infamous of the monarchomach treatises produced during the French wars of religion, and continued to be a key part of the radical canon. It is one of the first attempts to advance a systematic justification, with interlocking secular and religious arguments, of resistance against legitimately constituted political authority". It was quickly translated and spread. The work proceeds through four rhetorical questions concerning the response of the people to their king. Intersting later editions in translation are: English, in 1648 and 1689, French in 1789 and German in 1848! "One of the perennial documents of anti-tyranny". It has been given an important role in the republican view of the fundaments of American history. Eberhard von Weyhe (1585-1637) from Hannover was a jurist, around 1585 he was a magistrat in Holstein, and during the years 1587-92 he was professor in Wittenberg. For his publication he used several pseudonyms like, Wahremundus ab Ehrenberg, Mirabilis de Bona Casa and Durus de Pascolo. He become a member of the literary society "Die Fruchtbringende Gesellschaft" in 1623

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        Opera Genuina Omnia. Mutensis, Physici, ac Chirurgi toto orbe clarisimi

      Venice: Antonio and Jacob Francisci, 1606. Hardcover. Good. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. 3 Volumes. Folio (313 x 220mm. Titles printed in red and black with large woodcut device, a few woodcuts in text and numerous woodcut initals. Some foxing and ink annotations in old hand. A few leaves with staining and 3 leaves with paper damage (with loss of text) due to large ink spots. Bound in contemporary full vellum. Spines worn and with defects. ---- <br><br>NLM/Krivatsy 3884; Wellcome I, 2167. - Student (and later critic) of Vesalius, Falloppio made an incredible number of anatomical discoveries during his short lifetime. He is best remembered for his accurate descriptions of the Falloppian tubes and aqueduct, and for giving to the vagina and placenta their present scientific names.

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        Del theatro universale de' principi et di tutte l'historie del mondo di Gio. Nicolo Doglioni

      In Venetia, Appresso Nicolo Misserini, 1606In 8°, belle leg. in piena perg. coeva, fregi e tit. in oro al dorso, tagli a spruzzi azzurri, 2 Voll.: pp.(116nn)-695-(2bnn); pp.(88nn)-814-(3bnn). Bella marca tipografica ai due front., belle testatine e finalini riccamente ornati in xilografia. Al primo vol. grande ritratto a piana p. in xilografia n.t. Nel I vol.: "Le vite di quei Prencipi c'hanno regnato in tutte le parti, dalla creatione di adamo per infino all'anno 1200"; nel II Vol.: "Dall'anno di Christo nato 1200 per sino a' tempi presenti.." Con tavole delle cose notabili (nomi di Re e Principi e loro dominio; note di tutti i regni e provincie). Timbri di privato ai fogli di guardia. Leggere abrasioni al piatto ant. del I vol. peraltro bellissima copia, assai fresca.

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        De Adipiscenda, Retinenda, Et Recuperanda Possessione, Doctissima

      1606. An Important Paduan Jurist Menochio, Giacomo [1532-1607]. De Adipiscenda, Retinenda, Et Recuperanda Possessione, Doctissima Commentaria. Item, Responsa Causae Finariensis, A Multis Italiae Celeberrimis Iurisconsultorum Collegiis Reddita, Eodem Auctore Edita. Omnia nunc Emendatius & Ornatius Quam Antehac Edita. Cum Indicibus Locupletissimis. Venice: Apud Haeredem Hieronymi Scoti, 1606. [lvi], 578, [2] pp. Woodcut genealogical table. Main text printed in parallel columns. Folio (13-1/2" x 9"). Contemporary vellum with somewhat later vellum rebacking and re-cornering, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, early hand-lettered title to foot of spine, endpapers renewed. Moderate rubbing to extremities, portions of vellum lacking from front board, a few cracks to vellum covering rear board, front joint starting at foot, some edgewear and wrinkling to preliminaries. Moderate toning to text, browning, minor worming and dampstaining to a few places. Early owner signature to title page, annotations and underlining to a few leaves, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Small inkstamp to title page, annotations to verso. * Later edition. Highly regarded in his time, Menochio was a professor of law at the University of Padua. First published in 1559, this treatise addresses possession and real property. It is divided into two parts. The first, and largest, part discusses the treatment of these topics in Roman law. The second part is a collection of responsa. It went through several editions into the late-seventeenth century. All are fairly scarce, however. OCLC locates 3 copies of this imprint in North American law libraries (Library of Congress, University of Michigan, University of Minnesota). Roberts, A South African Legal Bibliography 210.

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        Homeri Quae Extant

      Calidorianae Societatis, Geneva, 1606. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good Condition. Folio in contemporary calf, rebacked retaining some of the original spine leather. Endpapers worn with a few discrete wormholes and old notes to the rear blank, title in red and black, worn with a previous owner&#39;s signature in an early hand, scattered marginal notes in an early hand, occasional stains, a few old marginal paper repairs, browning at outer margins, but generally clean internally. Printed in Greek with Latin commentary by Spondani. Includes the Illiad, The Odyssey, The Batrachomyomachia (Battle Frogs and Mice) and the Hymns. 42, 427p, 428-499 col, (xxiii), 380, (xxii). Separate half title for the Odyssey. Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: Literature & Literary; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 044161. . This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries.

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        Geneva Bible

      London, England.: Robert Barker. 1606. 8vo - 21 x 15.5 cm.; Bound in a brown suede morroco over raised spine bands with blind stamped vine design on front and back. Binding is be from the late 1700&#39;s to the early 1800&#39;s. The title page is missing as are the other preliminaries with the exception of "To the Christian Reader". The last page of text is the end of the Concordance with the printer&#39;s colophon below. The fore and head edge margins are chipped up to Genesis, Chapter XXIII (8 pages in total) with some loss of text for the marginal notes only. Remainder of pages are intact with some staining and marginal browning. Includes 2 concordances with preface by Robert Henry, dated 1578. There are several hand written notes scattered at various places throughout, the majority of them are dated in the early 1800&#39;s with one from 1675. None of the added marginalia and/or notes affect the text. The spine and joints have been professionally repaired. .

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      Ortelius, Abraham, Antwerp 1606 - Unusual map describing the journey of the Argonauts. From English edition of "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum". English text on back. Minor glue residue at top left edge, small chip to top right corner. Map. Engraving with hand coloring. Image measures 13 3/8" x 19 3/8".

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        APOLOGIA CONTRO Le CONSIDERATIONI Di FRA PAOLO Da VENEZIA, dell&#39; Ordine de Servi. Sopra le Censvre della Santit&#136; di N.S. papa Paolo Qvinto e Contro il Trattato de sette Theologi di Venezia, sopra l&#39;Interdetto di Sua Santit&#136;. Divisa in Dve Parti, Doue si tratta della Potest&#136;, e Libert&#136; Ecclesiastica

      In Pervgia:: Per Vincenzo Colombara,. 1606.. 4to: *^4 A - M^4; 2A - H^4 I^2 N^4. NB. Printed register on N4v calls for the &#39;N&#39; gathering to be in Part I, in all recorded volumes it is found at the conclusion of Part II, as it is here. 8" x 5-3/4". 1st edition (BL 17th C Italian, p. 64). [8], 96, 68, [8] pp. Text in Italian. Divisional t.p. for 2nd part. Printed glosses.. Period full vellum binding with title hand-inked to spine crown. Bound with Baglioni&#39;s RISPOSTA [Bolognaia: 1607], see TavBooks ID #33818.. Occasional bit of worming. Period po signature to t.p., with inked. annotations throughout volume. Title leaf with 2" vertical split in. center, along gutter. N2 with small piece missing from top margin,. just touching running-title. Withal, a VG - VG+ copy.. Pope Paul, a lawyer-type individual vice a consensus diplomat, insisted on, for all practical purposes, a ubquitous ecclesiastical jurisdiction, which caused a number of quarrels between the Church and the secular governments of various states, notably Venice. In 1606, "Venice passed two laws obnoxious to Paul, one forbidding the alienation of real estate in favour of the clergy, the second demanding approval of the civil power for the building of new churches (in essence, a Venetian stance that the powers of the church must remain separate from those of the state). Two priests had been found guilty and committed to prison. Paul insisted that they be released to the Church. The Venetian position was ably defended by a canon lawyer, Paolo Sarpi, who extended the matter to general principles defining separate secular and ecclesiastical spheres. In April 1606 the Pope excommunicated the entire government of Venice and placed an interdict on the city. The rest of the Catholic clergy sided with the city, however, with the exception of the Jesuits, the Theatines, and the Capuchins, who were expelled from Venetian territories. Masses continued to be said in Venice, and the feast of Corpus Christi was celebrated with displays of public pomp and "magnificence", in defiance of the Pope. Within a year (March 1607) the disagreement was mediated by France and Spain. The Most Serene Republic refused to retract the laws, but asserted that Venice would conduct herself &#39;with her accustomed piety.&#39; The Jesuits, which Venice considered subversive Papal agents, remained banned. No more could be expected. Paul withdrew his censure." [Wiki]. & & OCLC shows just 2 cc in the United States (Cornell & Harvard). & & & Price is for the volume, containing both works. . Printer&#39;s device to t.p. Head- tailpieces. Decorative initial capital letters.

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        La Noblesse, excellence, et Antiquit?e l’Asne. Traduict de l’Italien du Seigneur Attabalippa

      Paris: Fran?s Huby, 1606. Extremely rare first and only French edition (first Italian: 1592) of this satirical work on the nobility of the ass by one of the major musical theorists of the early Baroque. This is the earliest extant work and by far the most successful by Banchieri (1568-1634). The work ran into several Italian editions as well as translations into English and German, and spawned imitations such as Giulio Cesare Croce&rsquo;s panegyrics on the pig and the ox.A member of the Accademia dei Floridi (later Filomusi) of Bologna, Banchieri took delight in turning received wisdom on its head and using traditional methods of learned discourse to prove paradoxes. In that sense his Noblenesse of the Ass (and its follow-up work, La nobilissima, anzi asinissima compagnia, Bologna, 1597) are part of the same tradition of satirical literature as Erasmus&rsquo; In Praise of Folly and Agrippa&rsquo;s De incertitudine et vanitate scientiarum, which ends with a chapter in praise of asses to which Banchieri refers&mdash;although obliquely, since Agrippa&rsquo;s works had been placed on the Index. However, Banchieri is clearly a child of the Counter Reformation, rejecting the use of Bible passages for satirical purposes. This edition not in OCLC, not in BL. No other French edition in OCLC or at BNF.*Wernli, Studien zum literarischen und musikalischen Werk Adriano Banchieris (1568-1634), 1981.. 53, (1) ff. Bound in 18th-century calf, raised bands and morocco title label on gilt-tooled spine, corners a little worn, some soiling and dampstaining on outer leaves, title a little closely cropped with partial loss to date of imprint, old inscriptions in ink on fly leaf and verso of title, light toning throughout, else very good.

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        Del theatro universale de' Prencipi, et di tutte l'Historie del Mondo.

      appresso Missirini,, In Venetia, 1606 - Due volumi in-4 (cm. 21,5), pp. (116) 695 (1); (88) 814 (2). Marchi tipografici ai frontespizi ed un ritratto inciso a piena pagina alle preliminari del primo volume. Legatura strettamente coeva in pergamena floscia con ampie unghie. Una mancanza ad un dorso, peraltro esemplare bello, fresco e marginoso, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Edizione originale di quest'opera nella quale. "si leggono tutte l'Histoire, che sono occorse nel Mondo." dalla creazione sino alla fine del XVI. secolo. Non in Piantanida.

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        Disquisitionum Magicarum Libri Sex, in Tres Tomos Partiti

      Moguntiensis [Mainz]: Iacobi Konig, 1606. Three volumes. Very good; rebound in modern beige cloth with morocco title labels to spines. With engraved title pages in Volumes I & II, depicting scenes from Exodus. Decorative initials, head-, and tail-pieces. With a fold-out table in Vol II. Foxing throughout, with occasional very light staining to edges. Library stamps and early ink signatures to title pages. One of the most famous early works on witchcraft and magic. Martin Antonio del Rio (1551-1608) was a Jesuit theologian who studied occult practices in order to determine which were the devil&#146;s work. He stressed the heretical nature of occult beliefs and discussed how to respond to the crime of witchcraft. This book became one of the most commonly used witch-hunting manuals of the time&#151;it was used at the Salem witch trials of 1692 and has been blamed as a cause of the witch-persecutions in Europe.

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        The Bible.Translated according to the Ebrew and Greeke, and conferred with the best translations in diuers languages. With most profitable annotations vpon all the hard places, and other things of great importance, as may appeare in the Epistle

      Imprinted at London : By Robert Barker, printer to the Kings most excellent Maiestie, 1606 . 0. An early 17th century bible, in a very good contemporary full leather binding. 4to. Black letter (gothic script). ff.554. 8.25" x 6.50" x 2.50". Page size 197mm x 137mm . Plain dark brown polished calf covered boards, spine professionally repaired - 5 raised bands. Previous owners detail to paste-downs: Edward Richardson ; Jonathan Richardson, Bramshill(?) . Later off-white plain endpapers (handmade paper). Prayer book bound before the bible, complete except for the title page. Engraved title page with heart shaped centre. To the verso of the title: "Of the incomparable treasure..."; followed by: "To the Christian Reader"; and to verso: "How to take profit..." . Old Testament ends on f.358b. Apocrypha ff.359-435. Engraved New Testament title page dated 1606, followed by 3 preliminary leaves. Matthew begins on f.441, and ends on f.554b. Bound with: "Two right profitable and fruitfull Concordances...1606.", ending with colophon. Bound with: "The Whole Booke Of Psalmes... Company of Stationers, 1605." (incomplete - ending with Psalm CVII.) Clear black letter text throughout, with good margins. 4 leaves of the Apocrypha with a light blue stripe (staining from a blue ribbon). A well preserved early 17th century bible. Referenced by Herbert 287 / Wing STC 2198 .

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