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      EGIDIO SPADA in ROMA 1614 Vol. in 8°, leg. ottocentesca m. pelle verde, con titoli in oro al dorso, ex libris allo sguardo, numerosi timbri di disciolte biblioteche e note, pp.407 + 32, copia ben conservata.

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        Satyrae Sexdecim, Et Is Eas Commentarii Isaaci Grangaei Gymnasiarchae Vindocinensis, Bertrandi Autumni Nitiobrigis

      [Paris] Pariis, Sumptibus Roberti Fouet, 1614. 4to; [16], 531, [8], 273, [48], [2], [8], 290 p.; 24 cm. In three parts, each with special title-page and separate paging. This edition has what is probably the fullest and most elaborate apparatus of any edition of Juvenal. Bertrand Autumnus (1574?-1666) and Isaac Le Grange were commentators contemporary with the publication; the commentary of Domizio Calderino (1447-1478) first appeared in 1474. These plus an index made this edition the most scholarly of its era. Bound by Dragonfly Bindery in full leather with elaborate gilt spine. The title-page was soiled and stained by the previous perished binding. stock#OB448.

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        Zehen Bücher von der Architectur und künstlichem Bawen. Ein Schlüssel und eynleitung aller Mathematischen unnd Mechanischen Künst/ Scharpffsinniger fleissiger nachtrachtung oder Speculation künstlicher Werck ... / Erstmals verteutscht/ unnd in Truck verordnet. Durch/ D. Gualtherum H. Rivium (d. i. Walter Hermann Ryff) Medic. & Mathem. ... Jetzt aber an vielen Orten verbessert

      Mit Druckermarke am Ende und zahlr. tls. ganzseit. Textholzschnitten von G. Pencz, P. Flötner, V. Solis und H. Brosamer. 16 Bl., 613 S., 1 Bl. Pgt. unter Verwendung eines spätmittelalterlichen Manuskripts. Folio. VD17 12:627706R; STC V 470; Benzing, Ryff, 188; Ornamentstichslg. Berlin 1812; Fowler 412, Anm.; Riccardi I/2, 616, 1/26. - Vierte und letzte Ausgabe der Ryffschen Übersetzung (EA Nürnberg 1548). - Das berühmteste Architekturbuch des Altertums behandelt neben der eigentlichen Baukunst auch Gegenstände der Technik, z. B. die sog. Eimerkunst, das "Tympanon" (zur Wasserbeförderung), Getreidemühlen, Wasserorgel, Thermalquellen, Wagen zum Wegemessen, Sonnenuhren, bautechnische Hilfsmittel, Gefäße und Röhren zur Verstärkung der Schauspielerstimmen u. v. m. - Titel mit Besitzvermerk des Münchner Augustinerklosters von 1731, einzelne Bl. mit restaurierten Eckausrissen (kein Textverlust), ein Holzschnitt bis zum Bildrand beschnitten, am Beginn und Ende einzelne Kritzeleien, kleine Wurmspuren, stellenw. wasserrandig und gebräunt.

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        Observationum in hominis affectibus

      Ludwig Konig Basel: Ludwig Konig, 1614. Platter, Felix (1536-1614). Observationum, in hominis affectibus plerisq[ue], corpori & animo, functionum laesione, dolore, aliave molestia & vitio incommodantibus, libri tres. . . . 8vo. [48], 845 [1]pp. Basel: C. Waldkirch for Ludwig Konig, 1614. 170 x 103 mm. 19th cent. quarter morocco, worn at spine, small split in rear hinge. Uneven browning & foxing, but very good. Bookplate. First Edition. Garrison-Morton 3789; 4297.9; 4511.1. A disciple of Eustachi, Falloppio and Vesalius, Platter was one of the foremost pathologists of the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries, occupying a place midway between Fernel (1497-1558) and Bonet (1620-89). His Observationes, published the year of his death, contains a lifetime's worth of detailed pathological observations of a wide variety of human ailments, including veneral and genito-urinary diseases, tuberculosis, bodily deformities, disorders of the sensory organs, gynecological diseases, etc., gathered from both living patients (Platter was chief physician of Basel from 1571 until his death) and from 48 post-mortem examinations. "For many, Platter's fame is based on the abundance of individual observations contained in the case histories in his Observationes. . . . The Observationes contains observations in all branches of medicine. . . . It is astonishing how [Platter] could see and grasp originalities in every field" (Karcher, Platter, pp. 80-81 [our translation]; also pp. 56-87). Long, in his History of Pathology, credits Platter with performing over 300 dissections during his 57-year medical career--an astounding number if true, since the obtaining of cadavers was severely restricted by both church and secular authorities during this time. Platter's enthusiasm for dissecting is recorded in his lively and entertaining diary, kept while he was a medical student at Montpellier; according to his diary, Platter's love of dissecting even made him turn grave-robber at one point! Platter was probably the first to practice anatomic pathology, noting during post-mortem examinations that certain illnesses appeared to be caused by anatomic abnormalities. He was ahead of his time in including exact dates in his case histories, and would often include the names, sexes and occupations of his patients as well. Platter was also one of the earliest to study mental illnesses scientifically, seeking their origins in physiological rather than supernatural causes; the Observationes contains accounts of all the then known psychiatric disorders together with details of their treatment. Other notable contributions contained in the Observationes are the first known case report of death from hypertrophy of the thymus (in an infant) and an account of a meningioma. Platter has also been credited with including in the Observationes an early description of the deformity of the fingers now known as "Dupuytren's contracture"; however, this is incorrect (see Boyes, On the Shoulders of Giants, p. 22). DSB. Krivatsy 9073. Long, History of Pathology, p. 41. Norman 1716. Waller 7505. Pusey, History of Dermatology, p. 44, crediting Platter with studying "universal exfoliative dermatitis, gangrene of the skin, and the use of white precipitate ointment in pustular eczema."

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        Hortus Floridus in quo rariorum & minus vulgarium florum Icones ad vivam veramque formam accuratissime delineatae

      Arnhem: Ioannem Ianssonium. 1614. First Edition. Hardcover. 1614-1617. Five parts in one volume. Text in Latin. Contemporary full brown calf with five raised bands, gold lettering and gold decorations on the spine, edges stained red, marbled pastedown endpapers. Leaves measure 27 x 17.5 cm. Calf shows some wear but overall in very good condition. The book was professionally restored. There are many differences between copies of this title which differ in number of plates included. Unless otherwise specified the title pages, etc., follow the copy catalogued in Hunt Botanical Catalogue 199. This copy is as follows: BOOK I. VER. i. Title page (blank on verso); ii. Hepatica flore niveo w/ engraved garden on verso; iii. 51 numbered plates - plates #10 and 25 have been excised -- the last description in Latin is numbered 52. BOOK II. AESTAS. i. Title page - Differs slightly from Hunt - with Arnhemi - Ex Officina Ioannis Ianszonij, Anno 1617 (Index Aestivus on verso); ii. Paeonia w/ engraved garden on verso; iii. 20 numbered plates - last leaf is blank on recto. BOOK III. AUTUMNUS. i. Title page (blank on verso); ii. Clematidis altera species w/ engraved garden on verso; iii. 28 plates numbered as follows: number 1 to 11, number 13 to 23, number 12, number 25 (Narcissus marinis), number 24 (Crocus byzantinus), number 25 (Bulbus narcisci marini), Radix cyclamini (marked #13 and 14), Hyacintus germ. (marked d.12 - this is actually part of the Hyems and was bound here incorrectly); iv. Epigramma (blank on verso). BOOK IV. HYEMS. (title page lacking); i.Chamelaea laureola with engraved garden on verso; ii. 12 numbered plates (for plate d.12 see above). BOOK V. ALTERA PARS. i. Title page with Ad Lectorem on verso; ii. Engraved plate Cognoscite Lilia; iii. 61 numbered plates (missing #53) - names of almost all plants inscribed in Latin, French, English and German; Finis Coronat Opus printed on verso of last plate. "Blunt calls this the most celebrated and influential of early florilegia, and one of the finest." Hunt 199. S. Savage The Hortus Floridus of Crispijn vande Pas the Younger, in Trans. of the Bibliog. Soc., N.S., Vol. IV, No. 3, Dec., 1923. ; Oblong quarto .

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        Trigonometria plana, et sphaerica, linearis, & logarithmica. Hoc est, tam per sinuum, tangentium, & secantium multiplicationem, ac divisionem iuxta veteres: quam per logarithmorum simplicem fere additionem iuxta recentiores; Ad triangulorum dimetiendos angulos, & latera procedens. Cum canone duplici trigonometrico, & chiliade numerorum absolutorum ab 1 usque ad 1000, eorumque logarithmis, ac differentijs. Opusculum universae mathesi utilissimum: omniumque; terrestium, ac caelestium dimensionum promptuarium.Bologna: Victor Benatis, 1643.

      First edition. "Cavalieri, a pupil of Galileo, introduced logarithms into Italy in his <i>Trigonometria</i> and several other works." (Hook & Norman: Origins of Cyberspace, No. 3). "From the standpoint of mathematics alone the Italian writer who influenced the science most in the 17th century was probably Bonaventura Cavalieri, ... [he] was one of the first to recognize the great value of logarithms" (Smith: History of Mathematics, p.362). <br/><br/> "Logarithms were introduced into mathematics in the work of Napier in 1614. In Italy such valuable auxiliaries to numerical calculation were introduced by Cavalieri, together with noteworthy developments in trigonometry and applications to astronomy. In this connection we might mention 'Directorium generale uranometricum' (1632), ..., 'Nuova pratica astrologica' (1639), and 'Trigonometria plana, et sphaerica, linearis et logarithmica' (1643). The 'Directorium', the 'Pratica', and the 'Trigonometria' contain, moreover, excellent logarithmictrig-onometric tables." (DSB III, p.152). </br></br> The final 104 pages of the <i>Trigonometria</i> contain Cavalieri's tables; "the main table in this work the logarithms of numbers up to 1000 are exhibited to seven decimals with characteristic and interscript first differences." (Henderson: Bibliotheca Tabularum Mathematicarum, no. 37). <br/><br/> The <i>Trigonometria</i> also contains a preliminary defense by Cavalieri of his method of indivisibles; "Throughout the last three of the four volumes of his 'Centrobaryca' (1635-1641) [Paul] Guldin had commented upon Cavalieri's use of indivisibles and had particularly criticized it very outspokenly in Chapter 5 of the fourth volume. Shortly before Guldin's death [in 1643] Cavalieri published a defense of his method in the section 'Admonitio circa auctorem centrobaryacae' of his Trigonometria (1643, pp. 6-8)". (Kirsti Andersen: Cavalieri's Method of Indivisibles, Archive for History of Exact Sciences, vol. 31, p.295). Cavalieri's full defense of his method appeared in his 'Exercitationes Geometricae' 1647. </br></br> The Erwin Tomasch Library C-52; Riccardi I/1 328; Cinti 111.. 4to (225 x 168 mm), engraved frontispiece pp. 16, 71, (1); (104) and 1 engraved folding plate, contemporary limp vellum, inner hinges a little loose, front pastedown and free end paper with a little worming (hardly effecting the inner margin of the frontispiece), in all avery good and clean copy in its original state

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        Lexicon Plautinum in qvo elegantiæ omnium simplicium vocabulorum antiquæ linguæ Romanæ, velut indice quodama absolutissimo, accuratè eruuntur & explicantur.

      Passim quoque variorum authorum latinorum iuxta ac græcorum loca enodantur & illustrantur. Auctore J. Philippo Pareo. Frankfurt, apud Nicolaum Hoffmannum, sumptibus Ionæ Rosæ, 1614. 8vo. (14),+ (2 blank) pp.,+ll. A8-Kk8, Ll5. Wood-cut on leaf Aa. Contemporary vellum with blindstamped spine and boards, with M*C*H*E and 1636 on front board, blue edges. Owner's signature of Carl Aurivillius, dated Uppsala 1783, and a later exlibris. Fine. Schweiger II, p. 780. First edition. A second was published in 1634. The german philologist Pareus (1576-1648) wrote several books on Plautus. Carl Aurivillius (1717-1786) was librarian and professor in oriental languages at Uppsala, and one of the foremost linguists of his time

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        Hermetica et Iatro-Chemica morbi Sulphurei cagastrici curatio. Kurtze Anleitung Wie nach altem Spagirischem und newem Medico chymico stylo gefassten und in Licht der Natur gegründetem Regiment / die bisshero ins vierde Jar regirende febres simplices, & duplices dessgleichen noch hin und wieder eingeschlichene newe hitzige Fieber / aus Paracelsi und andern Iatro-chymicorum Artzney Kunst / auff eine sonderliche art beschrieben / und mit weniger und gar subtiler Artzney verhütet / sowol auch ohne einige beschwerunge / cito, tuto & iucunde curiret werden.

      Klein-4°. 14 n.n. Bl. Spätere Broschur mit Marmorpapierumschlägen. Hirsch II, 628. - Brüning 1082. - VD17 39:147093K. - Seltenes iatromedizinisches Traktat aus der Feder des Erfurter Arztes, Rosenkreuzers und Anhängers von Paracelsus. In dieser Schrift greift Gramman Andreas Libavius und Laurenz Hofmann scharf an und provozierte von beiden Gegenschriften, die im Jahre 1615 erschienen. Georg Gramman war bekannt durch seine "Chymische Reise- und Hauss-Apotheka", die im 17. Jahrhundert mehrere Auflagen erlebte. - Papier leicht gebräunt.

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        Leges svecorum gothorumque per doctorem Racvaldum Ingemundi, ecclesiæ archidiaconum Vbsalensis, anno 1481 latinitate primum donatæ; nunc autem zelo patriæ illustrandæ Iohannis Messenii [...] luci publicae cum legum indice locuplettissimo consecrantur.

      Stockholm, Christopher Reusner, 1614. (8) + 28, 31-32, 32-171, 162-163, 166, 175-341 + (19) s. Senare helskinnband. Mycket oregelbunden paginering, men komplett!

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        Corpus Juris Civilis || GODEFROY, Denis (ed).

      Corpus iuris civilis a Dio. Gothofredo I.C. recognitum. 1-2. Editio quarta. (Geneve), Iacobi Stoer, 1614. 8vo. (38) pp.+ 1880 col; (29),+ (3, blanks) pp.+ 871,+ 614 col.+ (23) pp. First title printed in red and black. Both titles printed within woodcut frame and cut in lower margins. Last gathering loose. Tears in margins and annotations in ink. Minor worm hole in beginning of part one, inkstain col 370 in part two. Contemporary vellum, partly loss in inner hinges, front edges with pasted numerical paper marks. Book plate of Gillis Berencreutz. Corpus Juris Civilis edited by Denis Godefroy. The first edition by him was published in 1583, also in Geneve by Stoer, this is the fourth. It was reprinted several times, even in the 18th-century. Denis Godefroy (1549-1622) french jurisconsult and professor at Heidelberg. This publication of the whole Corpus Juris Civilis, with his comments on the Pandectae, Codex and Institutiones, forms the main achievement of Godefroy. Tomus I continens Pandectarum seu Digestorum libros quinguaginta. Additus est index M. CCCC. XXV. regulas iuris continens. Tomus II: Codicis Dn. Justiniani libri XII authenticae, seu Nouvellae Constitutiones eiusdem Iustiniani CLXVIII. Edicta eiusdem Iustiniani XIII. Constitutiones aliquot Iustiniani, Iustini & Tiberii ex libro Iuliani antecessoris. Leonis iperatoris Nouellae CXIII. Constitutiones imperatoriæ iuris orientalis. Canones Apostolorum. Consuetudines feudorum. Consuetudines Friederici II. Extravagantes. Liber de pace Constantiae

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        Les Images Ou Tableaux De Platte Peinture Des Deux Philostrates Sophistes Grecs Et Les Statues De Callistrate Mis en Fran ois par Blaise de Vigenère.Avec des Épigrammes.par Artus Thomas Sieur D&#39;Embry

      Paris: the widow of Abel Angelier & the widow of Matthieu Guillemot, 1614., 1614. folio. pp. 18 p.l., 921 [ie. 925], [1]privilege, [46]index. engraved title by Jaspar Isac. 68 large (almost full-page) engravings in the text by L.Gaultier & T. de Leu after designs by A.Caron & J.Isac. 2 small text engravings of musical instruments & numerous woodcut ornaments & initials. early 18th century speckled calf, spine richly gilt, covers with gilt arms of Philippe Lefèbvre de Plainval, director of the Royal farms at Rouen, 1710, & gilt cherub cornerpieces (binding restored, joints partly cracked, title backed, Gg5 partly silked repairing several tears - no loss, a few marginal repairs, some damp & brownstaining to outer & lower margins, scattered spotting). First Illustrated Edition of Blaise de Vigenère&#39;s French translation of the Imagines of the Philostrati, two Greek sophists of the Roman imperial period. The Imagines of the elder Philostratus purports to be a description of sixty-four pictures in a gallery at Naples, that of his grandson a description of seventeen pictures done in the same manner. Vigenère&#39;s French translation with commentary was first published in 1578. The present edition is embellished with fine large engravings by Léonard Gaultier and Thomas de Leu after designs by Jaspar Isac and Antoine Caron, who had worked under Primaticcio at Fontainebleau. Hofer notes that the engravings of mythological and allegorical subjects were "much admired and imitated throughout the century." An important Baroque iconographical source book. In some copies the title is dated 1615; the reference in Brunet to a 1609 edition appears to be an error. Brunet IV 620. Goldsmith, BM STC French P983 (title dated 1615). Hofer, Baroque Book Illustration, 23. Landwehr, Romanic Emblem Books, 586. Praz pp. 453-54 (title dated 1615, mistakenly calling for 64 copperplates).. F. Hardcover.

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        Eigentlich und volkomene Historische Beschreibung des Niderlendischen Kriegs: Darin nicht allein außführlich angezeigt was sich gedenckwürdiges bey denselbige[n] zugetragen; sondern auch deroselbigen Lander Aert ... ingleichen auch was sich in Franckreich/ Engelland/ Oberteutschland/ Ungern/ und anderstwo verläuffen/ kurtzlich beschriben und erzehlt wirt / Durch Emanuel von Meteren erstlich in Niderlendischer sprach beschriben/ nu aber in Hochteutsch ubergesetzt/ und von newen nach der letzten Edition ubersehen/ verbessert/ und biß auf diese Zeit continuirt. - Teil 2 u.d.T.: Niderlendischer Historien

      Arnhem, Janssen 1614.. 2 Bände. Tl. I: Mit Kupfertitel, doppelblattgr. gest. Karte, blattgr. Textkupfer (Portrait des Verfassers) und 39 (von 47) gest. Portrait-Tafeln. 5 Bll., 1128 (recte: 1126) S., 6 Bll. - Tl. II: Mit Kupfertitel und 12 gest. Portrait-Tafeln, davon 1 doppelblattgroß. [2] Bl., 780 [i.e. 792] S., 5 Bll. Prgt. d. Zt. mit 4 Bindenbändern (Tl. 1) und Flexibler Prgt. d. Zt., Vorderdeckel monogrammiert " C V D A I G G" und datiert 1616.

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        Titles of Honor

      London: By William Stansby for John Helme, 1614. First edition. Small quarto, contemporary full calf, 4 raised bands, speckled page edges. Binding worn and rubbed, bookplate of J. B. Lippincott Company to front pastedown, marginal repairs to title page (lettering unaffected), some chipping to the last 3 leaves of the table. This edition contains verses by Ben Jonson to "his honord friend, Mr John Selden.". First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good.

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        Animadversionum, et cautionum medicarum libri septem. quorum materiam sequens pagina indicabit. mediolani, apud io. bapt. bidell., 1614.

      Cm. 15,5, pp. (16) 260 (42). Marchio tipografico al frontespizio e bel ritratto dell'autore inciso in rame (e ripiegato) nelle preliminari. Leg. in pergamena antica rimontata, sguardie e tassello con titoli al dorso recenti. Appena un po' indebolito il margine bianco superiore delle ultime carte, ed il margine destro rifilato, peraltro ben conservato. Manca l'ultima carta (bianca). Edizione originale, molto rara che fu successivamente ampliata di altri due libri per raggiungere la sua forma definitiva e completa solo con la stampa di Dordrecht del 1650. In quest'opera sono raccolte le avvertenze, cautele e consigli che il medico milanese offre dopo quarant'anni di esperienza. Ciò a colmare una lacuna nella letteratura medica che riguarda i piccoli rimedi pratici e per la modalità di applicazione delle nozioni teoriche acquisite. Cfr. Rota Gribaudi (21).

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        Fictitious Parrot

      Nicolas RobertFictitious ParrotParis, circa 1670Watercolor on vellum with gold fillet23 3/4? x 20 1/2? framed(professionally framed with a beautiful gold leaf moulding with all archival materials and uv plexiglass)Nicolas Robert (1614-1685) was one of the greatest natural history artists of the 17th century, and his work established standards combining scientific accuracy and esthetic appeal that influenced generations of artists and won the respect and patronage of the French royal family. Robert created a vast, exquisite body of work for the French Crown. Along with other artists, Robert was commissioned by Gaston d?Orleans, brother of Louis XIII, to create watercolors of the rare plants and exotic birds he had assembled in his garden at Blois and the Ménagerie at Versailles. Robert?s talent was recognized quickly as being superior to that of other artists working for the royal family, and after Gaston d?Orleans?s death, he was quickly placed under the patronage of the Sun King, Louis XIV. As a reward for the stunning works he painted for the king?s personal collection, Robert was named ?Peintre Ordinaire du Roi? in 1666, a title that confirmed his continuing fame and patronage.  Robert was the first significant contributor to a collection of fine watercolors on vellum that became known, collectively, as the Velins du Roi (the King?s Vellums). The watercolors Robert completed under Gaston d?Orleans and then Louis XIV for the royal collection fed the interest and provided the inspiration for the great masters of botanical and ornithological art who followed: Jean Joubert, Nicholas Marechal, Gerard van Spaendonck and, of course, Pierre-Joseph Redouté. Thus the extremely fine print work of Parisian natural historians and flower painters as late as 1825 can be traced directly back to the strength of Robert?s tradition. Probably executed for noble patrons, these stunning ornithological watercolors date from around the time of Robert?s period in the court of Louis XIV. The birds are defined with subtle modulations of delicate hues, and the simple yet monumental compositions combine flawless artistry with Robert?s characteristic attention to scientific precision. The vast majority of Robert?s watercolors are housed in public institutions, including the Musee d?Histoire Naturelle in Paris, the British Museum in London, and the Hofbibliothek in Vienna. These watercolors represent an unusual opportunity to obtain original, unique works by a highly important and exceptionally talented artist. The brilliance that made the Sun King recognize Robert as the preeminent watercolorist of his day is still evident in these pristine and charming works.

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        Eigentlich und volkomene Historische Beschreibung des Niderlendischen Kriegs: Darin nicht allein außführlich angezeigt was sich gedenckwürdiges bey denselbige[n] zugetragen; sondern auch deroselbigen Lander Aert ... ingleichen auch was sich in Franckreich/ Engelland/ Oberteutschland/ Ungern/ und anderstwo verläuffen/ kurtzlich beschriben und erzehlt wirt / Durch Emanuel von Meteren erstlich in Niderlendischer sprach beschriben/ nu aber in Hochteutsch ubergesetzt/ und von newen nach der letzten Edition ubersehen/ verbessert/ und biß auf diese Zeit continuirt. - Teil 2 u.d.T.: Niderlendischer Historien ...

      2 Bände. Tl. I: Mit Kupfertitel, doppelblattgr. gest. Karte, blattgr. Textkupfer (Portrait des Verfassers) und 39 (von 47) gest. Portrait-Tafeln. 5 Bll., 1128 (recte: 1126) S., 6 Bll. - Tl. II: Mit Kupfertitel und 12 gest. Portrait-Tafeln, davon 1 doppelblattgroß. [2] Bl., 780 [i.e. 792] S., 5 Bll. Prgt. d. Zt. mit 4 Bindenbändern (Tl. 1) und Flexibler Prgt. d. Zt., Vorderdeckel monogrammiert " C V D A I G G" und datiert 1616. Bircher A 6880-6881; VD17 23:232975N (gibt 46 Portrait-Tafeln für den ersten Teil an) und 23:233008V. - Frühe deutsche Ausgabe des bis 1598 reichenden Grundwerkes, das später bis ins 17. Jahrhundert fortgesetzt wurde. Die Porträts, teils Brustbilder, tls. ganze Figuren, sind u.a. gestochen von Simon de Passe, Christoph von Sichem und Nicolaus de Clerk (Wurzbach I, 288; II, 307 und 620). - Tl. I: Fehlt der Vortitel und wohl 8 Portraits nach dem Tafelverzeichnis. Eine Tafel verso fleckig, eine weitere (evtl. aus einem anderen Expl. ergänzt) stark gebräunt und mit Randdefekten. - Tl. II: Komplett, das Portrait Jakobs I. doppelt eingebunden. - Mit nur geringen Gebrauchsspuren, insgesamt recht gutes Exemplar!

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        La Dix[ie]me part des Reports . . . des diuers Resolutions & Iugements donez sur solemes arguments & auec grand deliberation & conference des tresreuerend Iuges & Sages de la Ley . . . Et les raisons & causes des dits Resolutions [etc.]. S.T.C. 5518

      The Bridgewater Library copy of the first edition of the tenth part of Coke's Reports, in which (in his preface) he examines at length the law books of the preceding centuries (Glanvill, Britton, Fitzherbert, inter alia) and the serjeants at law. Modern calf, 17th century leather laid down; a superior copy. Printed for the Societie of Stationers, London], 1614.

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        Epistole et Evangelii che si leggono tutto l'anno alle messe, secondo l'uso della Sata Romana Chiesa, & ordine del Messale riformato. Tradotti in lingua toscana dal molto R.P.M. Remigio Fiorentino dell'ordine dei predicatori. Con le annotazioni morali del medesimo a ciascuna Epistola & Evangelo, da lui nuovamente ampliate. Aggiuntovi quattro discorsi, cio?del digiuno, dell'invocazione dei Santi, dell'uso delle immagini e della venerazione delle reliquie. Col Calendario & Tavola dei giorni che si leggono le Epistole & gli Evangeli, alcuni sermoni sopra l'orazione del digiuno, & elemosina. Con tavole sessanta quattro intagliate in rame

      Nicolo Misserini Venezia Nicolo Misserini 1614 Later printing fair Quarto. [24], 496, 44pp. Original leather spine over decorative paper covered boards. Title-page in red and black lettering within allegorical frame. Decorative initials and head- and tailpieces. Fascinating work compiling all the epistles and gospels to be read throughout the year during Church services. This book is profusely illustrated with 12 woodcut vignettes and 63 out of 64 copper engravings by Francesco Valegio (frontispiece missing). Some age wear on binding with head of spine partly chipped. Corners and edges heavily rubbed. Previous owner's bookplate on inside of front board (Hebrew Union College). Front hinge starting. Title-page partly detached, age-toned and chipped along edges. Abrasions along gutter of very first pages due to removal of pre-existing tape. Very first pages age-toned and foxed. Minor and sporadic age-toning and/or foxing throughout. Text in Italian. Binding in overall fair, interior in fair (first 30 pages) to good+ condition. Nannini Remigio Fiorentino: ( ca 1521- 1581 ). Dominican friar, author of secular and religious works, including Poesie in lode della Madonna , editor , and translator . His translations include the biblical Epistole. Francesco Valegio, born 1560 in Venice, was a painter and engraver active in Venice at the beginning of the 17th century.

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        Cosimo bartoli gentil'huomo and accademico fiorentino, del modo di misurare le distantie, le superficie, i corpi, le piante, le provincie, le prospettive, and tutte le altre cose terrene, che possono occorrere a' gli huomini, secondo le vere regole d'euclide, and de gli altri piu' lodati scrittori. dedicata all'illustrissimo et eccellentissimo signore il sig. cosimo de medici duca di firenze, e di siena, venetia, presso sebastiano combi, 1614.

      In 4, [mm. 213 x 158], cc. 145 - (3) con due tavv. inserite fra le cc. 84-85, una delle quali ripiegata.Malnumerate le cc. 34, 40, 125, 135.In pergamena rigida contemporanea con autore e titolo manoscritti al dorso. Tagli marmorizzati. Mancanza alla parte e inferiore delle unghie ed all'angolo della copertina anteriore.Aloni alle carte.Piccola annotazione alla carta di guardia anteriore: S 50.Al frontespizio sotto il nome dell'editore sigle: F. S. M.Nota di possesso al risguardo posteriore: Ex Libris Angeli Faraglia Architetto ex dono Sacerdotis Abundij Contestabili Interamna Anno 1785.Poche annotazioni numeriche a matita ad una delle tavole delle radici quadrate. Strappetto reintegrato in antico alla carta ripiegata. Piccola strappo all'altra.Frontespizio figurato e ritratto entro cornice del Bartoli con il motto SIC Virtus, identica a quella delle edizioni precedenti a c. 4v. Numerosissime figure geometriche e diagrammi nel testo incisi in legno con figurine umane impegnate nelle misurazioni, alcune delle quali occupano tutta la pagina. Da segnalare a c. 105, nel libro IV il rilevo topografico di Firenze con i luoghi vicini traguardati e gli schemi delle bussole. Grandi capilettera figurati.L'opera illustra strumenti e metodi di misura tratti dagli scritti di svariati autori che vanno da Orontio Fineo, Archimede, Euclide a Leon Battista Alberti.Il primo libro tratta delle misure di altezze, profondità e distanze, il II quello delle misure delle figure geometriche piane e dunque i terreni, il III le misure delle forme geometriche solide, dunque diversi elementi architettonici (dadi, colonne piene e vuote), le capacità dei corpi, le botti etc.; il IV tratta dei rilevamenti cartografici a partire dalla descrizione delle Province e dalla costruzione di una bussola, il V tratta degli elementi euclidei, mentre il VI ed ultimo contiene esercizi matematici (dal come si calcola una radice quadrata di cui vengono fornite tavole, le radici cubiche.Anche in questa edizione compare la dedica a Cosimo I de' Medici, presente anche in quelle del 1564 e 1589, al periodo di regno di Cosimo che era salito al poter assai giovane nel 1537, si deve la gestione corretta del territorio con la costruzioni di porti e fortezze, ricostruzione di cinte murarie, proprio a questo periodo si deve lo sviluppo delle scienze aritmetiche nel Granducato, necessarie proprio per un uso oculato del territorio. L'interesse per le scienze matematiche è dimostrato anche dalla collezione di strumenti matematici che Cosimo I aveva raccolto a Palazzo Vecchio.Cosimo Bartoli, figlio di Matteo che era stato podestà si Pistoia ed era amico di Michelangelo, si trasferì a Roma dove si esercitò nell'architettura ed anche nelle discipline umanistiche e nella matematica. Pur avendo abbracciato la carriera ecclesiastica - nel 1540 era stato nominato prevosto nel Battistero di Firenze - nel 1536 ebbe un figlio che allevò presso di sé pur facendolo passare per il figlio del fratello Giuliano. Presso i Medici divenne segretario del diciassettenne figlio di Cosimo I, Giovanni, quando venne creato Cardinale. Tornato dunque a Roma, con Giovanni de Medici, questi nel 1562 lo nominò suo agente a Venezia, dove rimase dieci anni, lamentandosi spesso per lo scarso stipendio. Tornato a Firenze, morì il 25 ottobre 1572. La sua opera letteraria è assai più importante di quello politica, convinto che la lingua volgare potesse ormai essere utilizzata anche per le materie scientifiche, inizialmente curò la pubblicazione di opere come la Difesa della lingua fiorentina e di Dante del Lenzoni, edito nel 1556 e gli Elementi del parlar toscano scritto dal fratello Giorgio ed edito solo nel 1584. Nel 1550 pubblicò una sua traduzione dell'Archiettura di Leonbattista Alberti, e quindi gli Opuscoli morali, sempre dell'Alberti nel 1558. Quattro anni dopo con la prima edizione di questa opera, la lingua volgare ha ormai trovato la sua piena applicazione anche nelle scienze. GRAESSE I, p. 303.

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        Dives notariorum penus, das ist: ein new/ schön/ ausserlesen Formular und wlkomlich [!] Notariat Buch oder Spiegel/ darinnen allerley Instrumenten/ Schrifften/ Brieffen und Acten: so in hohen Cantzleyen/ der Keyser/ Chur/ Fürsten und Herren Höf: auch anderer Stände und Stätte Schreibereyen und Consistorien, gefertiget und gestellet werden.

      Zu sampt den gebür und gewöhnlichen Titulformen/ einem jeden/ seiner Gebür/ Ampts/ Stands und Wesens rechtmässige Titul/ Ehrwörter und Ehrerbietungen zu stellen und zu geben. Darbey auch zu Ende zwo kurtze Formen eines gantzen rechtlichen Process/ gemeiner Oberländischen Stätt und Consistorien/ mit mancherley Producten/ Relationen/ und andern gewöhnlichen Gerichtsubungen/ jeder Terminen biss in End Urtheil/ Appellation und Execution/ zu verhandeln/ wie solche schrifftlich und mündlich producirt/ prothocolliret/ extendiret/ und in Acten referiret zu werden pflegen: allen Notarien/ Schreibern/ Advocaten/ Procuratorn/ Gerichts/ Rahts und Ampts Personen oder Verwaltern/ in Verträgen/ Reden/ Schreiben/ &c. bey und ausserhalb Gericht/ ihrer Practick halben/ zuwissen gantz nützlich und hochnöhtig. [...] zusammen getragen. Jetzund aber mit sondern fleiss von newen widerumb ersehen/ vermehret/ in XVII Bücher und gewisse Capitul abgetheilt/ und zum neundten mahl/ beyd teusch und lateinisch/ correct in Truck geben/ durch M. Cunradum Gerhardum Saurium, LL. Studiosum. Frankfurt am Main, J. Bringern, 1614. Folio. (12),654,(13) s. Titelbladet tryckt i rött och svart. Med träsnittsillustrationer i texten. Nött hfrbd från ca 1700 med upphöjda bind och stänkta snitt. Maskhål i litet bakre falsen och ytligt på främre pärmen. Gammal förvärvsanteckning på försättsbladet. Nedre yttre hörnet bortklippt på titelbladet. Sporadiska fuktfläckar i övre marginalen. Enstaka rost- och småfläckar. Några beskurna marginalanteckningar. Bläckfläckar i texten på sina håll, t.ex. på s. 247 och 351. Gammal lagning i övre marginalen på s. 357 med minimal textförlust. Med Stora Eks fideikommissbiblioteks stplr.. VD17 1:060085S

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        Discorso dell'origine ed antichita' di palermo, e de' primi abitatori della sicilia, e dell'italia... in palermo, gio. battista maringo, 1614.

      Cm. 21, pp. (32) 424 (8) + (2) con l'errata. Grande stemma al frontespizio con le armi del dedicatario (il duca d'Ossuna), capolettera, alcune testate e la bella tavola fuori testo incisa e raffigurante Palermo antica. Affascinante legatura coeva in pergamena molle con nervi passanti. Uno strappetto ben ricongiunto ad una carta preliminare. Bell'esemplare, genuino, marginoso ed in eccellente stato di conservazione. Edizione originale, di grande rarità soprattutto quando completo della veduta della città e nel presente, ottimo stato di conservazione. La ritroviamo, nel secolo successivo e voltata in latino come tomo 13. del Thesaurus antiq. et hist. Siciliano. Cfr. Lozzi (3303 e 3308) e Mira (p. 444) il quale ci offre un commento biografico e storico sull'autore.

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        Commentarii in patrias britonum leges, seu consuetudines generales antiquissimi ducatus britanniae. in lucem editi cura et studio v.c. caroli d'azrgentre b.f. and in senatu armorico praesidis. buon nicolai. 1614. in-folio carre'. en feuillets. a relier. livre' sans couverture. dos abime'. interieur acceptable. 2459 pages + index. bandeaux, lettrines et culs-de-lampe illustres en noir et blanc. ouvrage en latin. ouvrage debroche', dos et plats absents. pages detachees. quelques traces d'humidite' en marges. quelques notes a' la plume.

      V.C. B. D'Argentre Commentarii in Consuetudines Ducatus Britanniae. Coutumes generales du Pays et Duche' de Bretagne. Reformees en l'an mil cinq cents quatre-vingts.

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