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        Selva rinovata di varia lettione di Pietro Messia

      Venice: Ambrosio & Bartolomeo Dei, 1616. 5 volumes in one. Quarto (23 cm); [40], 357, [17], 214, [12],186, [2 blank], [24], 277, [8], 112 pages. Each of the five parts with separate title page, with woodcut printer's device. Frequent woodcut illustrations, portraits, emblems, diagrams and ornaments in text. Bound in ineteenth-century half calf over marbled boards, expertly rebacked, with new leather label. Gilt edges. Few blemishes. Edges trimmed close, with some slight loss at lower edge of title page. References: Laurenti, Spanish Golden Age, 276. A 17th-century Italian translation of the Spanish 16th-century "forest of many stories" by Pedro Mexia. The book is a Spanish Renaissance entry into the genre named "Silvae" by Statius, but this text falls more into the tradition of Xenophon's Symposium, Athenaeus, Macrobius, and Aulus Gellius, that is, expansive, shapeless, episodic, with masses of detail and a stupefying variety of topics and narratives. It was incredibly popular in the 16th and 17th centuries, reprinted in something like 106 editions in every European language. It was a rich treasure chest for later Renaissance authors, such as Miguel Cervantes (whose Quixote is also a forest of many tales, several of them lifted from Mexia) and Christopher Marlowe (who pulled his Tamburlaine from its pages). It is now thoroughly obscure.

      [Bookseller: Rodger Friedman Rare Book Studio]
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        TRACTATUS DE HAERESI.

      In folio (mm. 340x220), p. pergam. coeva, 10 cc.nn. (incluso il bel frontespizio figur. inc. in rame), 686 pp.num., 1 c.b., 120 cc.nn. (l?ultima è bianca), testo su due colonne, ornato da grandi e belle iniz. inc. su legno. "Edizione originale". Cfr. Diz. Treccani,IV, p. 627: ?Prospero Farinacci (1544-1618), penalista romano fra i più celebri d?Italia.. Il suo nome è soprattutto legato alle sue opere, nelle quali, e particolarmente nella "Praxis et theorica criminalis", passò in rassegna tutte le questioni che potevano agitarsi in materia penale. L?influenza dell?opera del Farinacci, ancora vivissima sulla fine del sec. XVIII, fu anche largamente sentita nelle legislazioni straniere?. - Diz. Bibl. Italiani,XLV, pp. 1/5: ?Alla sua vasta opera penalistica "Praxis.." cominciò a lavorare fin dal 1581 (la terminò di comporre nel 1614). Diviso in 18 titoli, l?amplissimo repertorio ebbe una storia editoriale complessa.. L?ultimo, il 18°, fu impresso a Roma nel 1616, per i tipi di Andrea Fei, con intestaz. "Tractatus de haeresi", mutato sulla prima pag. in "Variarum quaestionum et communium opinionum criminalium liber quintus". Timbri di appartenenza con sigla ?Antonianum Coll. Univ. 12 A 32 e num. 4220?. Prime 55 carte con aloni di umidità marginali, più o meno pesanti, e qualche arross.; al fine 10 cc. con antico restauro al marg. sup. per fori di tarlo, ma complessivam. un buon esemplare.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi]
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        Klaudiou Ailianou Perizoon idiotétos biblion iz (greek). De Animalium natura libri XVII. Petro Gillio Gallo & Conrado Gesnero Heluetio Interpretibus. Accessit Index locupletissimus.

      Coloniæ Allobrogum (= Geneve), Philippum Albertum, 1616. 12mo. Cont. full vellum. (8),1018,(54) pp. (Greek and Latin text in 2 colums). A little brownspotted throughout.. Brunet I:61. - Wood p. 180. Aelianus' well-known work on Natural history is here translated and annotated by the naturalists, Peter Gillius and Conrad Gesner from the best Greek Codices, together with the original Greek text

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        Representez par la description des pays, murs des habitans, richesses des prouinces, les forces, le gouuernement, la religion, & les princes qui ont gouuerné shascun estat.

      Auec l'origine de toutes les religions, & de tous les cheualiers & ordres militaires. Par le sieur D.T.V.Y. gentilhomme ordinaire de la Chambre du Roy. Cologne, Pierre Aubert, 1616. 4:o. (16),+ 1464 pp. Title printed in red and black with wood-cut vignette. Spotting throughout and dampstain at end. Page 48 rubbed with loss of text on two words. Contemporary vellum. Owner's autograph by And. G. Lindberg in ink on title, and with "No 48" on inside of front board. From the library of L. F. Rääf, and with its exlibris. Barbier (II, 303) mentions editions from 1614, 1619 and 1633. Later expanded and published under the title "Le monde ou description générale de ses quatre parties", in five volumes in 1637

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        Geometriae Practicae Novae.Nuremberg: Simon Halbmayer, 1627.

      First complete edition and the first edition of the fourth part (the first part was published in 1616, the first three parts together in 1618). The first book is a treatise on general mathematics and the principles of geometry. The second deals entirely with techniques of surveying. The third part describes a surveying instrument (the 'mensula praetoriana') invented by the scientific instrument maker Johann Praetorius (Richter) and its application. The fourth part is in fact a German translation of Curzio Casati's 'Geometricum problema' (1602). He shows himself to be particularly well acquainted with the contemporary Italian mathematical literature, giving in particular a resumé of some of the work of Pietro Antonio Cataldi: "The use of limited continued fractions in the expression of a relationship between large numbers is found in the 'Geometria practica' of Daniel Schweneter (1627), published soon after Cataldi's death." (DSB, III, p.128). Cantor, Vorlesungen II, p.666-70; Zeitlinger/Sotheran, 2nd suppl, 2421; Poggendorff II 878.. Four parts in one volume. 4to: 200 x 154 mm. Contemporary vellum. With two engraved and two woodcut titles, and two engraved portraits. Some browning throughout. Liechtenstein book plate to front paste down and "Anno 1640" inscribed at top. (12), 296; (8), 198, (6); (12), 101, (3); 83, (5) pp

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