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        Varieta' di pensieri divisa in ix parti. nelle quali per via di quisiti con nuovi fondamenti, e ragioni si trattano le piu' curiose materie naturali, morali, civili, poetiche, istoriche, e d'altre facolta', che soglian venire in discorso fra cavalieri, e professori di lettere. in modona, appreso gli eredi di gio. maria verdi, 1612.

      Cm. 20,5, pp. (104) 592 (4). Bella incisione centrale al frontespizio, capolettera e testate incise. Legatura in piena pergamena posteriore (ottocentesca) con unghie e titoli a stampa al dorso. Esemplare in ottimo stato di ocnservazione. Seconda edizione, considerevolmente ampliata rispetto alla prima del 1608, di questo zibaldone di ben 232 questioni poste dal Tassoni relativamente alle scienze, alla storiografia, al costume, alla letteratura, alla filosofia, alla vita civile, alla medicina, alla biologia, all'agricoltura, ecc., in un'inesauribile miniera di informazioni di ogni sorta. Fra le questioni più singolari: perché la natura non abbia fatto la barba alle donne, perché non generino i muli, perché il cane sia nemico della lepre, perché i pesci siano privi di voce, ecc. Cfr. Puliatti, I, pp. 38-39 (con dettagliatissime informazioni sia sulle caratteristiche tipograf. dell'edizione). Cat. Vinciana, 3540. Brunet, V, 676. Graesse, VI, p. 40. Bruni-Evans, Italian 17th-cent. books in Cambridge libraries, 5251. Tiraboschi, V, 197-198. Rossi, pp. 16-21. Celebrazioni del III Centenario Tassoniano, p. 26. Belloni, p. 574. Fontanini, II, p- 362. Angeli, p. 19.

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        THE GENERALL HISTORIE (sic) OF THE MAGNIFICENT STATE OF VENICE... Englished by W. Shute Gent.

      In-4 p. (mm. 318x205), 2 voll. in 1, mz. pelle mod., dorso a cordoni con fregi e tit. oro, tagli rossi, pp.num. (6),579 (ma 569);(3),500,(42); grande vignetta xilografata al frontesp. che raffigura una pianta di Venezia; ornato da testate, grandi capilett. figur. a vignetta ed illustr. da 90 ritratti dei dogi, inquadrati in elaborate cornici, tutti inc. su legno. Storia della città di Venezia "from the first foundation thereof until this present (1607). Collected by Thomas de Fougasses, Gentleman of Avignon, out of all authors". "Prima traduzione inglese" dell'opera "Histoire générale de Venise" stampata a Parigi, 1608. Cfr. Cicogna,601 che cita la I ediz. in francese del 1608 e precisa: "Dal principio al 1487, cioè alla p. 420, è una versione dal latino del Sabellico" - Choix de Olschki,X,15641. Al ns. esempl. manca l'ultima carta bianca; solo prime 3 carte brutte e restaur. per manc. margin. (non di t.); piccoliss. restauri al marg. sup. alle prime 7 carte; aloni viola che si attenuano sempre di più, su ca. 200 carte del I vol., altrim. molto ben conservato.

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        Lexicon Pentaglotton, Hebraicum, Chaldaicum, Syriacum, Talmudico-Rabbinicum, & Arabicum

      Joannis Jacobi Hennei, Hanover, 1612. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. A seminal five language dictionary the subject of an important 1637 London abridgment by William Alabaster. Full early calf rebacked and re-cornered in acid calf early on; added endpapers with notes on them; spine label and bookplate from seminary library. Front hinge starting but still intact - binding firm. 8 leaves, 1992 numbered columns, 76 leaves. Repair to verso of title page which is torn in the gutter, scattered foxing, discoloration, staining and offsetting but generally clean and unmarked. Graesse VI, 305. Size: Folio. Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: Religion & Theology; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 041197. . This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries.

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        LEXICON ALCHEMIAE, SIVE DICTIONARIUM ALCHEMISTICUM, CUM OBSCURIORUM VERBORUM, & RERUM HERMATICARUM, TUM THEOPHRAST - PARACELSICARUM PHRASIUM, PLANAM EXPLICATIONEM CONTINENS

      Frankfurt: Cura ac sumtibus Zachariae Palthenii 1612. Frankfurt: Cura ac sumtibus Zachariae Palthenii, 1612.. [4], 471 [i.e. 487 (due to many errors in numbering in the late portion of the text)],[1 (blank)]pp. Small quarto. Slightly later plain full calf (visible waste sheets from an English astronomical gazette used in the binding are for the year 1635). Alchemical device on title, two marginal woodcuts, several tables (leaf M1 folded at fore-edge to accommodate the over extension of the table on that leaf). Crown of spine has shallow loss, bookplate scar on front pastedown, front free binder's endsheet almost detached, text block considerably browned (as usual for this title), 3N4 has a short, clean tear in from the margin, some occasional marginal discoloration, occasional spotting; still, a good copy. First edition of this very substantial lexicon, compiled by the physician to Emperor Rudolph II and lecturer at the gymnasium at Lauingen in Swabia. "He was in favor of Parcelsus' reforms, but he dealt greatly in secret remedies, especially in emetics..." - Ferguson. "This lexicon is very full, less mystical and more practical than some later ones. Useful in explaining early terminology" - Bolton. DUVEEN, p. 520. FERGUSON II:302. BOLTON I:1041.

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        Aprutii Uterioris Decriptio.

      Hand colored, double-page engraved map, 325 x 425 mm (14" x 18"), Latin text on verso. Wide margins, minor soiling in margins, slight aging; otherwise bright and clean with strong impression. Ortelius (1527-1598) is typically viewed as the creator of the modern atlas. He started his career as a map-engraver around 1547, and by 1570 he published the first edition of his Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (Atlas of the Whole World), which included seventy maps, many engraved by Frans Hogenberg. This map is colorful impression of Abruzzi, Italy, and it was probably published in 1612.

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        Octavius.

      Geverhartus Elmenhorstius recensuit, et librum commentarium adiecit. (Hamburg), 1612. Folio. Engr. title,+ (2),+ 41,+ (blank),+ XCII,+ (1) pp. Bound together with: CONRAD de LICHTENAU (or Uspergensis). Chronicon: Quo omnes fere veteres, potissimum vero rerum Germanicarum & Gallicarum historici succinatè continentur: /.../. Accesserunt huic editione duorum antiquissimorum historicorum Annales, Rheginonis Abbatis Brumiensis: & Lamberti Schaffnaburgensis Monachi. /.../ Editio novissima, cum indice in omnes tres authores accuratè ac locupletissimè concinnato. Strassbourg, Lazari Zetzeri, 1609. Folio. (8),+ 97,88-98,109-369, (2); 373-445; 447-539,+ (blank),+ (55) pp. Contemporary full vellum. Owner's signature of Andreas Julianus, Helmstad, 1666, and with the engraved book-plate of Anders Anton von Stiernman and the date 1752. Felix Minucius (c. A.D. 200) early apologist, probably a native of Africa. His only surviving work is "Octavius", a dialogue of high literary quality, written in defense of christianity. Conrad de Lichtenau ( -1240), German chronicler. This is the fifth edition of his "Chronicon universalis". Andreas Julianus kan antingen vara kyrkoherden i Nyköping från 1640 (Carlander II, 67) eller dennes son

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        Agri Cremonensis Typus.

      Hand colored, double-page engraved map, 345 x 495 mm (14" x 20"), Latin text on verso. Wide margins, some soiling in margins, a little darkening at fold, tear at fold at bottom margin; otherwise very good with strong impression. Ortelius (1527-1598) is typically viewed as the creator of the modern atlas. He started his career as a map-engraver around 1547, and by 1570 he published the first edition of his Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (Atlas of the Whole World), which included seventy maps, many engraved by Frans Hogenberg. This map is colorful impression of the Cremona section of Italy, Italy, and it was probably published in 1612, although date on the map indicates 1579. Bagrow: History of Cartography p.179. # 101238.

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        Praxis, seu de ordine iudiciorum tractatus, vulgo speculum aureum, et lumen advocatorum, dictus, clarissimi jureconsulti, domini Roberti Marantae, practici celeberrimi.

      Cui, ultra additiones Petri Follerii, IC clarissimi, hac nova editione, aliae in super ex celeberrimis nostri temporis practicis, plus quam ducentis in locis, adiectae, & hos signo [] inclutae sunt, studio et opera Ioannis Rulandii. Frankfurt am Main, Impendio Rulandiorum, typis Richterianis, 1612. 4to. (72),+ 711 pp. Titel printed in red and black. Contemporary vellum. Owner's inscription by a Valentino B..., in Wismar 1674, and with the owner's signature of Wattrang. VD17 547:691398Q. Roberto Maranta (1490-c. 1530) was an italian jurisprudence. His famous "Tractatus de ordine iudiciorum o Speculum aureum" was originally published posthumously in 1540. In the present editions are also "Dissertations quaestionum legalium ..." by Maranta and "Practica iudiciaria canonica, & civilis, &c. cum differentiis iuris Caesarei, pontificii & regni Siciliae", by Johannes de Arnono included, and the additions made by Pietro Follerio (-1588), first published in Neapel in 1557. Here issued by Johann Ruland. Reprints were made in 1628, 1650 and 1660

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        LEXICON ALCHEMIAE, SIVE DICTIONARIUM ALCHEMISTICUM, CUM OBSCURIORUM VERBORUM, & RERUM HERMATICARUM, TUM THEOPHRAST - PARACELSICARUM PHRASIUM, PLANAM EXPLICATIONEM CONTINENS

      Frankfurt: Cura ac sumtibus Zachariae Palthenii, 1612.. [4], 471 [i.e. 487 (due to many errors in numbering in the late portion of the text)],[1 (blank)]pp. Small quarto. Slightly later plain full calf (visible waste sheets from an English astronomical gazette used in the binding are for the year 1635). Alchemical device on title, two marginal woodcuts, several tables (leaf M1 folded at fore-edge to accommodate the over extension of the table on that leaf). Crown of spine has shallow loss, bookplate scar on front pastedown, front free binder's endsheet almost detached, text block considerably browned (as usual for this title), 3N4 has a short, clean tear in from the margin, some occasional marginal discoloration, occasional spotting; still, a good copy. First edition of this very substantial lexicon, compiled by the physician to Emperor Rudolph II and lecturer at the gymnasium at Lauingen in Swabia. "He was in favor of Parcelsus' reforms, but he dealt greatly in secret remedies, especially in emetics..." - Ferguson. "This lexicon is very full, less mystical and more practical than some later ones. Useful in explaining early terminology" - Bolton. DUVEEN, p. 520. FERGUSON II:302. BOLTON I:1041.

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        Americae Sive Novi Orbis, Nova Descriptio

      Abraham Ortelius, 1612. unbound. very good(+). Map. Engraving with hand coloring. Image measures 14" x 19.25". Stunning early map of the Western Hemisphere dotted with ships and sea monsters. This was first map of the Americas to appear in a modern atlas. It went through three major revisions, as noted by Van Den Broecke. This third state of the map is most notable in that it is the first appearance of Chesapeake Bay on a map, appearing as an inlet just above an Indian name Wingandkoa, which reflects early English efforts at Colonization in the Outer Banks of the Carolinas. The nomenclature in California is also updated and improved from the two earlier states. At the time it was issued, the coastal areas of the New World had been fairly well explored, and Europeans were just beginning settlement and colonization. It is notable for depicting Spanish and Portuguese colonies in high detail, for these powers were notoriously protective of their geographical surveys. This is the third state of this famous map, with the revised shape of South America. Italian text on verso. Minor chipping to edges. Full original margins.

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        Opera qoutquot reperiri potuerunt omnia: Hac ultima impressione ornatus in lucem edita. 8 Tomi.

      Coloniae Agrippinae (Köln), Sumptibus Anton. Hierati et Ioan. Gymnici, 1612. Folio. Bound in two cont. full vellum w.remains of silk-ties on boards. Some traces of use to extremities. Some pages evenly browned, some brownspotted. First two volumes richly illustrated w. woodcut diagrams, musical notes, earth- and heaven-maps etc. in text, numerous woodcut initials throughout, engr. title-page. (10) pp, columns 1-168 (84 pp.), pp. 169 - 322, columns 323 - 452 (65 pp.) + (1) f., 238 pp. + (2) ff., columns 1 - 500 (250 pp.) + (2) ff., columns 1 - 916 (458 pp.) + (1) f., columns 1 - 816 (408 pp) + (1) f., columns 1 - 852 (426 pp.) + (2) ff., columns 1 - 485 (243 pp.) + (2) ff., columns 1 - 968 (484 pp.), 55 ff. (Index).. Very rare, early, and apparently first complete edition of Bede's works. Only three editions of Bede's Opera Omnia are known before Dr. Giles' edition from 1843 - 44. The first was printed in 1563 and the third in 1688. The 1688-edition constitutes the second edition of the present 1612-edition which is "According to Dr. Henry, the only complete edition" (Lowndes I:143). These three editions are also the only ones known to have been printed in folio (though Lowndes mentions the 1688-edition as 4to). The 1612-edition is the rarest. Some of the works contained in this edition are said not to be Bede's own, as some of the many scientific, richly illustrated works on geography, the heavens, the universe, music etc. bear small resemblance to his other works. Lowndes I:143, Brunet 1:731

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        Americae Sive Novi Orbis, Nova Descriptio

      Abraham Ortelius Abraham Ortelius, 1612. unbound. very good(+). Map. Engraving with hand coloring. Image measures 14" x 19.25". Stunning early map of the Western Hemisphere dotted with ships and sea monsters. This was first map of the Americas to appear in a modern atlas. It went through three major revisions, as noted by Van Den Broecke. This third state of the map is most notable in that it is the first appearance of Chesapeake Bay on a map, appearing as an inlet just above an Indian name Wingandkoa, which reflects early English efforts at Colonization in the Outer Banks of the Carolinas. The nomenclature in California is also updated and improved from the two earlier states. At the time it was issued, the coastal areas of the New World had been fairly well explored, and Europeans were just beginning settlement and colonization. It is notable for depicting Spanish and Portuguese colonies in high detail, for these powers were notoriously protective of their geographical surveys. This is the third state of this famous map, with the revised shape of South America. Italian text on verso. Minor chipping to edges. Full original margins.

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        IL CONSOLATO DEL MARE; NEL QUALE SI COMPRENDONO TUTTI GLI STATUTI & ORDINI: DISPOSTI DAGLI ANTICHI, PER OGNI CASO DI MERCANTIA & DI NAVIGARE. Così a beneficio di marinari, come di mercanti & patroni di nave & navilij. Con l?aggiunta delle ordinationi sopra l?Armate di Mare, sicurtà, entrate, uscite; & con IL PORTOLANO DEL MARE.

      In-8 p. (mm. 206x148), p. pergam. molle coeva (dorso restaur., risg. rifatti), 8 cc.nn., 232 pp.num. ?Di nuovo.. corretto, & ristampato. Con una nuova Tavola de i Capitoli". Opera dedicata a Tomaso Zarmosa. Unito, con proprio frontespizio: "Il Portolano del Mare", nel quale si dichiara minutamente del sito di tutti i Porti. Quali sono da Venetia in Levante, & in Ponente: & d'altre cose utilissime, & necessarie a i Naviganti. Di nuovo.. corretto & ristampato". In Venetia, appresso Lucio Spineda, 1612; cc.nn. 2, cc.num. 37, dedicato ad Alessandro Contarini. Celebre opera, di autore anonimo e di incerta origine, che è stata di base e modello per il diritto marittimo, e che tratta delle consuetudini marinare mediterranee e segnatamente adriatiche. Di particolare importanza le parti dedicate ai trasporti, alle assicurazioni, ai noleggi, ai naufragi, etc. L?opera fu pubblicata la prima volta, in lingua catalana, a Barcellona attorno al 1484, e piu' volte ristampata. (Cfr. Palau,II, p. 268) - Secondo il Cicogna,1270: ?il Portolano di Mare si attribuisce comunemente al Cadamosto (1432-1488)? - Secondo il Gamba,2189: ?Quanto all?origine del ?Consolato del Mare?, che è corpo di leggi marittime dettate nel secolo XI, Domenico Azuni nella sua opera di diritto marittimo ne rivendica l?onore ai Pisani. Mentre Giuseppe Maria Casareggi (giurista che ne fece una importante revisione nel 1720) ritiene che questa origine si debba ai Catalani.. Secondo Azuni pero', i Catalani misero a stampa l'opera per la prima volta, con leggi aggiuntevi, nel 1502, ed in Italia si pubblicò per la prima volta in Venezia, nel 1539". Cfr. anche Adams,I, p. 310 per le numer. ediz. del ?500 - Soranzo,1897. Con qualche lieve uniforme arross., altrim. esempl. ben conservato.

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        Receß und accord buch/ Das ist/ Zusamen verfassung aller ordnung/ decreten/ resolution/ recessen/ accorden und verträgen/ So zwischen weilandt den wolgebornen Graffen und Herren/ Herrn Edtzardten und Herrn Johan löblichen andenckens/ Herrn und Graffen zu Ostfrießlandt/ ... Und den dreyen Stenden/ ... un[d] in specie der Stadt Embden/ der Graffschafft Oistfrießlandt/ zu underschiedlichen zeiten uffgericht und publiciret worden.

      Mit wiederholter Druckermarke auf dem Titel und am Schluss. 4 Bll., 343 S., 16 Bll. - Angebunden: Landtags Handlungen und vorgewesene streitige sachen, So von Den Hoch: und Mögenden Herren Staten Generael der Vereinigten Niderlanden, Zwischen Dem Wolgebornen Herren Grafen zue Oistfrießlandt, (e)tc. Und Derselbigen Graffschafft Stenden verglichen und decidiret. Emden, Kallenbach 1620. 4 Bll. (d. l. w.), 167 S., 8 Bll. Pgt. d. Zt.. 4°. VD17 3:004564W und 3:004568B; Stintzing-L. I, 469. - Erste Ausgabe. - Unter der Ägide des bedeutenden Juristen Johannes Althusius (1563-1638), der zu dieser Zeit Syndikus in Emden gewesen ist, entstandenes Sammelwerk von Verordnungen, das die Grundlage der ostfriesischen landständischen Verfassung gebildet hat. Das Werk enthält die Vereinbarungen, die aus schwierigen und langjährigen Verhandlungen zwischen den Grafen und den Ständen von Ostfriesland sowie der Stadt Emden hervorgegangen sind. An diesen Verhandlungen war Althusius als Vermittler und juristischer Vertreter der Stadt Emden maßgeblich beteiligt. - Titel mit 1670 datiertem Schenkungsvermerk (Christian Hake, evtl. der Gerichtsassessor in Jever und Aurich, vgl. DBA I 462,235). - Tls. braunfleckig, Tl. I mit zahlr. Marginalien von alter Hd., 1 Bl. mit kl. Eckabriss, vorderes Innengelenk angebrochen. Rücken mit mont. Papierschild.

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        Specula, ex qua inclytam Svecorum et Gothorum conditionem, manifesto atq; prolixo contemplari licet quaquaversùm prospectu: justo patriæ celebrandæ zelo suscitata.

      Sthlm, typis Reusnerianis, 1612. Liten 8:o. (12),100 s. Bra halvpergamentbd med fint handtextad ryggtitel och blå pärmsidor (Johanna Röjgård & Lars Laurentii). Inlagan delvis lite snävt skuren i övre marginalen. Enstaka samtida marginalnoteringar. En bläckfläck på främre snittet har spridit sig in i yttermarginalen på s. 15-30. En liten reva i övre marginalen och en bit in i texten på s. 95. Sista bladet har några gamla lagningar.. Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 610. Warmholtz Bibliotheca historica Sueo-Gothica 6692. Enligt den senare "ett af denna författares sämsta arbeten". Lindroth kallar den "ett slags Olaus Magnus i fickformat" och fortsätter: "boken - i sin svenska upplaga kallad 'Sveriges rijkes skådhetorn' - ger en kort översikt av Sverige, dess land och folk under ymniga och osmälta citat ur Olaus' historia och andra auktorer; om lapparna har Messenius hämtat uppgifter från utlänningarna Ziegler och Damianus à Goes. Specula väckte med sina götiska övertoner ett visst intresse på kontinenten och utkom på 1650-talet i två franska upplagor."

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