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        Des hochlöblichen Stiffts Wirtzburgs unnd Hertzogthumbs Francken. Keyserlichen Landgerichts Ordnung, auch sonderbahre gebräuch und herkommen, wie es in gedachten Stiffts und Hertzogthumb in Landtgerichtsfällen, als mit Erbschafften, Vormundschafften, Ehebethetigungen, Vermächtnussen, Einkindtschafften, so wol dem Gerichtlichen Proceß, dieser und aller anderer Landgerichtssachen biß hero, und ins künfftig zu halten.

      Würzburg Stephan Fleischmann 1619 - 4°. 1 Bl., 317 (1) S. Leder d. Zt. Titel mit hinterlegtem Ausschnitt, letzte Bll. am unt. Ecke mit geringen Fehlstellen oder Knickungen. Einband mit 2 alten Reparaturen. - Pfeiffer 48969 - 1.100 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Metamorphoses

      Frankfurt - Iohann. Theod., 1619 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A very scarce Illustrated early 17th Century copy of Ovid in an early binding. Only seen once at auction in the last forty years. Ovid's most famous work: the epic poem that preserves the bulk of ancient mythology as a continuous narrative from the day of creation. The Metamorphoses are a delightful and playful collection of stories, woven together through the theme of transformations, and through an ingeniousunbroken narrative. Full of verbal wit, emotional power, and human pathos, they form the most complete collection of myths from the ancient world. This is an early renaissance edition, and includes beautiful illustrations to accompany thestories within. Ovid was an Augustan poet, who leads his readers to believe that heenjoyed a dissolute life under the new imperial peace. Ultimately he was banished by the Emperor. According to Ovid, it was for his 'poetry, and a mistake'. Collated from Copac: complete with 16 plates, including medallion portrait of Ovid. Condition: In full calf. Externally, a trifle rubbed, particularlywith respect to the rear board. Otherwise with light shelfwear. The front board and spine have retained a nice patina. Internally foxed, with the occasional stain here and there throughout. The binding is loose for the first twenty pages, and has failed for the majority of the preface. Otherwise generally firmly bound. Incomplete: One plate is missing from between pages 16/17. Overall: GOOD ONLY.

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        Regola delli cinque ordini d`architettura.

      Rom. G. B. de Rossi.after 1619. 2 Teile in einem Band. 2 parts in one Vol. 42 x 26,5 cm. Flexibler Pergament der Zeit, gebräunt und fleckig. Vignola, G. B. da. Regola delli cinque ordini d`architettura. 2 Tle. in 1 Bd. Rom, G. B. de Rossi, (nach 1619). Fol. (42:26,5 cm). Mit 2 gest. Titeln (erster mit Porträt), 2 gest. Widmungsbll. u. 51 (2 gefaltet) Kupfertafeln. Flex. Prgt. d. Zt., gebräunt u. fleckig. Späterer Druck, der zweite Teil mit dem Titel \" Alcune Opera...) ist 1617 datiert, eine Tafel in Teil zwei ist 1619 datiert. Die Tafel in Teil eins nummeriert I - XXXVI, inclusive zwei gest. Widmungsblättern. Teil zwei mit gest. Titel und 17 unnummerierten Tafeln, darunter zwei doppelblattgroßen zum Palazzo Farnese in Caprarola , beide mit der Adresse von F. Villamena. - Fingerfleckig, teilweise gebräunt. Tafel 31 im Rand hinterlegt, letzte Tafel mit Wurmspuren. Exlibris Hopetoun. --- Two parts in one volume. Revised edition, later issue with addition of Fracesco Villamenas \"Alcune opere di architettura \" dated 1617, one plate in part one is dated 1619. Thumbing throughout, some spotting and waterstaining, browning in places. Marginal worming to last plate. Contemporary limp velum, browned and somewhat spottet. Hopetoun copy with bookplate. Versand D: 6,00 EUR 17. Jahrhundert; Architektur

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        Animadversions upon M. Seldens History of Tithes, and His...

      1619. An Important Early Critical Response to Selden's Historie of Tithes Tillesley, Richard [1582-1621]. [Selden, John (1584-1654)]. Animadversions Upon M. Seldens History of Tithes, And his Review Thereof: Before Which (In Lieu of the Two First Chapters Purposely Pretermitted) is Premised a Catalogue of Seventy Two Authours, Before the Yeere 1215. Maintaining the Ius Divinum of Tythes or More, To be Payd to the Priesthood Under the Gospell. London: Printed by Iohn Bill, 1619. [xliv], 236 pp. Signature Q (pp. 121-128) misbound after Signature X (pp.161-168). First leaf blank except for a fleuron in a mortised ornament. Quarto (7-1/4" x 5-3/4") Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges and fragments of thong ties, very faint later hand-lettered title to spine. Moderate rubbing and soiling, spine darkened, some chipping along bottom edge of front cover, rear pastedown loose. Attractive woodcut head and tail-pieces, woodcut arms of England to verso of title page. Moderate toning, somewhat heavier in places, some edgewear and chipping to front free endpaper, which has an owner signature dated 1815, tiny (library?) stamp to rear endleaf. A nice copy. * First edition. This volume contains one of the most important responses written by clerics in the controversy immediately following the publication of John Selden's Historie of Tithes (1618). Tillesley, Archdeacon of Rochester, disputes Selden's work because it finds a great deal of support for tithing under positive law and almost none under divine law. In other words, Selden questioned the divine right to tithes while supporting the right under positive law. This is no minor controversy; Stubbe cited the publication of Selden's and the controversy surrounding it as one of the leading causes of the English Civil War. As one would expect, Tillesley's work was widely lauded by clergy, nobility and royalty. A second edition was published in 1621. Both editions are scarce. OCLC locates 7 copies of the first edition in North American law libraries (Harvard, Northwestern, SMU, University of Georgia, University of Pennsylvania, UC-Berkeley, UT-Austin). English Short-Title Catalogue S117059.

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        Augustarum imagines Paris apud Macaeum Ruette 1619 Bound with Ex libris XXIII commentariorum in vetera imperatorum romanorum numismata Paris np 1619 Discorso sopra le medaglie de gli antichi Paris appresso Maceo Ruette

      

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        Epistolae obscurorum virorum, tertio voluminae auctae. .

      Londini , apud Editorem / Coloniae, 1619 12°, gefalt. Kupfertit., 742 S.(ab 574 25 S. falsch pag., ebenso die letzten 6 Bl.)., 11gest. Portr.-Taf. , Pgt. d. Zt. mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel, Exlibris a. Vors., Papier etwas gebräunt, einige wenige Marginalien von alter Hand. VD17 23:240026H; - Nachdruck der 1518 bei Quentell ersch. Ausg. der «Dunkelmännerbriefe» dem literarischen Ergebnis des Pfefferkorn-Reuchlin`schen Streites. einer Satire gegen die spätscholastische Wissenschaft u. Theologie. «Heute gilt der erste Teil in der Hauptsache als das Werk des Erfurter Humanisten Crotus Rubeanus. außer ihm waren Hermann von dem Busche u. Ulrich von Hutten beteiligt...» (KLL II. 2215). Der 3. Tl. dieser Ausg. enth. mehrere Briefe. die früheren Ausg. fehlen. auch die «Lamentationes» sind vermehrt. Portraits von: Strausfelderus. Petrus Hasenfusius de Hasenburg. Johanned Krabacius. Johannes Stablerus. Nicolaus Luminator. Arnoldus de Thungaris. Matheus Fink a. Finkenherd. Jodocus Satorius. Johannes Kalb. Frater Nollerus und Erasmus Roterodamus. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Alte Drucke - nach 1550

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        Filipe Segundo, Rey de España.

      [Colophon] Madrid, Por Luis Sanchez, inpresor del Rey NS, 1619.. FIRST EDITION. Folio (31 x 21.5 cm.), late nineteenth-century half morocco over marbled boards (some wear), marbled endleaves, spine gilt with raised bands in six compartments, gilt title in second from head, gilt year in fourth from head. Engraved title-page by P. Perret, dated 1619 (see below). Woodcut initials, vignettes. In very good condition. Oval stamp of José Maria Nepomuceno on verso of title-page. (4 ll., including the engraved title-page), 1176 [i.e., 1182] pp., (30 ll.). Quire X contains a total of 11 leaves; X5-7 are added between pp. 328 and 329; these three leaves are folliated 329*, 330*, and 331*; the text follows uninterrupted. *** FIRST EDITION of the voluminous First Part of the history of Philip II's reign, to the year 1583. Wagner notes, "This book was much used by all later Spanish historians. Lib. 13 [@sic; i.e., 12], Chapter XI treats of the discoveries of New Mexico and Juan de Oñate" (@Spanish Southwest 25). A Second Part went unpublished for over two and a half centuries, as it dealt with the stormy events in Aragon after the downfall of the king's minister, Antonio Perez. It was suggested that the text should be revised by Argensola, but Cabrera preferred to leave the Second Part unpublished; it appeared under the auspices of the Ministry of Public Works in Madrid in 1876, after being revised and added to from manuscript data found in the Bibliothèque nationale de France. After complaining about the orthography and other literary defects, Palau states that "Aparte estos defectos literarios, es libro de interés bibliográfico y difícil de hallar completo y en buen estado." Salvá also comments on the difficulty of obtaining complete copies in decent condition. The elegantly engraved title page shows Philip II in full armor, with a plumed helmet; he aims his sword at a crowd of soldiers approaching from the left. Philip, whose fervent desire was to halt the flood of the Protestant Reformation, has beneath his elbow the words "Suma ratio pro Religione." To the right is an allegorical figure of Religion, with a halo, raising a Eucharistic chalice and holding a large cross. In the distance is a lovely little sketch of the Escorial, built to commemorate Philip's 1557 victory at the Battle of St. Quentin against the French under Henri II. In the lower section of the page is the dedication "Al Serenisimo Principe su nieto esclarecido Don Filipe de Austria." A laurel tree (victory) is entwined with a grapevine (the Eucharist) that bears the word "secura" and the royal arms of Philip III. To either side, lightning flashes from clouds. The page is signed "P. Perret fe., 1613." Pieter (or Pedro) Perret was born in Antwerp in 1555. Son of a playing-card maker, he trained with Marten de Vos and Gerard de Jode, then with Cornelis Cort in Rome. In the 1580s he became one of the earliest Flemish artists working for the Spanish court, and engraved the magnificent drawings of Juan de Herrera of the Escorial: @Sumario y breve declaración de los diseños y estampas de la fábrica de San Lorenzo el Real del Escorial (Madrid, 1589). Philip II named him royal engraver in 1595 (ratified 1622). Perret produced title pages, portraits, and separate engravings for books in Spanish and Portuguese. Soares credits him with "desenho correctíssimo, originalidade na execução, e, sobretudo, uma firmeza e delicadeza de traço que lembram antes o trabalho da ponta sêca do que o do buril." After his death (ca. 1625, or possibly 1637), his son and pupil Pedro became a prominent engraver in his own right. Luis Cabrera de Cordova was born in Madrid in 1559. At age twenty five he became official scribe to the Duke of Osuna, then Viceroy of Naples. He helped organize an expedition for the purpose of defending the Knights of Malta against Venetian and Turkish pirates, and took part in one of the campaigns in Flanders. He came in closer touch with Philip II toward the end of the king's life, when employed to arrange documents in the State archives. After the king's death he became secretary to the queen, and dedicated this history to Philip's grandson, the Infante Philip (later Philip IV). Cabrera de Cordova wrote poetry and other historical works (this being his principal one) remarkable for their abundance of information. His contemporaries thought highly of him; Cervantes mentions him appreciatively in his @Viaje al Parnaso. Cabrera died in 1623. *** Wagner, @Spanish Southwest 25. Alden & Landis 619/31. Palau 38917. Perez Pastor 1586. Salvá 2850: "La mayor parte de los ejemplares se encuentran faltos del fróntis grabado por Perret, y son poquísimos los que están bien tratados." Heredia 7162. Goldsmith C15. HSA p. 81 (describing an imperfect copy). JCB @STC List of Additions, p. 25. Maggs @Spanish Books (1927) 119. Quaritch @Bibliotheca Hispana (1895) 231. Nepomuceno 350 (presumably this copy). On Perret, see Soares, @Historia da gravura artística em Portugal II, 417-24; also Garcia Vega, @El grabado del libro español II, 270-1 (with biographical details and bibliographical references) and 352, nº 2330 (this work).

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        Gramatica de la lengva española. Compuesta en español y françes, por Hieronymo de Texeda, español. Grammaire de la langve espagnole. Composée en espagnol & françois, par Hierome de Techeide, espagnol.

      A Paris: Chez Nicolas Bourdin, en l'isle du Palais, vis-à-vis des August, 1619 A Paris: Chez Nicolas Bourdin, en l'isle du Palais, vis-à-vis des Augustins, au B[ ]ouge, 1619. . Modern vellum. VG+. "8º, (141x82mm.); [12], 331, [5] p.; sign.: ã6, A-Dd8, Ee4.- // Binding in vellum from the second half of the 20th century (Ateliers Laurenchet, Paris). Some handwritten notes and small repairs to upper corner of pages from 309, and one, minimal, on the side of the cover; scrubbing to verse EE2 and slight traces of watermarks; two last pages (Ee3-4) missing, at the end of the index. Even then, a very good copy.- // Prov.: Ex-libris Dominique Goytino.- // The very unusual lack of copies of this manual on grammar, unknown to Brunet, Graesse, etc., which had been prepared by Texeda to teach the Spanish language to young French students, prompted Juan Manuel Lope Blanch (1927-2002), -a philologist settled in Mexico who had bought the copy in Oxford from an auction in 1936 of the library of the Hispanist Foulché-Delbosc, founder of the Revue Hispanique in 1894-, to prepare a critical edition, published in 1979, which included its facsimile. Texeda was one of those who, some Protestants, others Jews, had to make their living by teaching the Spanish language in France, such as Ambrosio de Salazar, Juan de Luna and Marcos Fernandez. Texeda was also the author of the equally rare 'Méthode pour entendre facilement les phrases et difficultez de la langue espagnolle', printed in Paris in 1629(1), which preceded the publication of the also scarce, albeit less so, third part of La Diana de Montemayor, Paris, 1627. And with regard to 'Gramática', we have failed to locate any copies in any library in Spain. Abroad, besides the private copy of Professor Blanch, we could only find three copies, one at the Universitätsbibliothek Augsburg (Bavaria, Germany), another at the Nazionale Marciana Library (Venice, Italy) and a last copy at the Stanislas Library (Nancy, France).- // Refs.: BICRES, II, 315; Palau, 331181; Serís, 11453.- // (1) About this work, see Sabina Collet Sedola:  Las phrases de hablar difíciles de la lengua española de Jeronimo de Texeda , Criticón, 26 (1984) 26: 81-142."

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        Histoire des Vaudois. Divisée en trois parties. La première est de leur origine, pure croyance, et persécutions qu'ils ont souffert par toute l'Europe, par l'espace de plus de quatre cents ans.

      La seconde contient l'histoire des V. appelés Albigeois. La troisième est touchant la doctrine et discipline qu'ils ont en commun entre eux et la réfutation de leurs adversaires. Genève, Berjon, 1619 e 1618, - 3 parti in 2 tomi, in 1 vol. in-8, pp.(32), 248; (8), 333; leg. coeva in p. perg., tassello al dorso. Impresa dello stampatore sui due titoli, fregi tipogr. e iniziali ornate. La seconda e terza parte sono contenute nel tomo secondo. Prima edizione, ed unica, di quest'opera eccezionalmete importante e rara, che costituisce la prima storia del popolo valdese mai pubblicata. La terza parte (pp.253-331) è scritta in lingua provenzale, con testo francese a lato. Perrin (storico e Ministro protestatne francese, nato a Lione verso il 1580) lavorò per oltre cinque anni alla compilazione dell'opera, consultando un'enorme mole di documenti fornitigli dai pastori valdesi di tutte le valli e quelli messi a sua disposizione dai sinodi di Embrun, Grenoble, S.Marcelin e altri. Il primo tomo è dedicato a Monseigneur François de Bonne; il secondo a Henri de Foix. L'opera, anche se indirettamente, riguarda la montagna, in quanto vari capitoli si occupano dell'arrivo dei Valdesi nelle montagne e valli del Piemonte, in particolare nelle "vallées Maties et Meane, Marquisat de Saluces, Luserne et Perouse", in valli che ancor oggi si definiscono Valdesi. Esemplare assai bello, genuino e perfettamente conservato. Non in Perret, e non in Manno-Promis. Caillet, 8539: «Rare.ouvrage remarquable.On trouve dans cette étude des fragments précieux des anciens traités vaudois». Brunet IV, 513 (con evidente errore di data) e Supplement, II, 209 (con data esatta). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Der Kunstreihen und weitberumeten Fechtmeister S. Fabris Italianische Fechtkunst.

      Das ist: Grundeliche und ausfurliche unterrichtung von dem fechten: wie man diselbe kunst auss iren rechten Fundamenten schopffen, und zu einer gewissen volkommenheit erlernen solle. Leyden, I. Elzevier, 1619, - in-folio, pp. (8), 196, legatura del tardo XVIII secolo in mezza pelle e angoli, titolo su tassello granata al dorso (cerniere restaurate). Titolo in rosso e nero con una grande illustrazione in legno (mm 80x130) e 190 più piccole silografie n.t. numerate, tutte raffiguranti scene di combattimento tra due uomini nudi. Testo in carattere gotico, testatina e iniziale silogr. Prima edizione completa della traduzione tedesca ''De lo Schermo, overo scienza d'arme'', apparso per la prima volta a Copenhagen nel 1606. Una così precoce traduzione e la realizzazione di nuovi legni per illustrarla testimoniano la notevole importanza e fortuna dell'opera di Fabris; pochissimi sono in ogni caso gli esempi di versioni in lingua straniera dei trattati italiani. Buon esemplare di testo estremamente raro (piccole macchie d'umido al frontespizio, antico timbro di biblioteca russa estinta al titolo e a p. 17). Gelli, p.77.Thimm p. 97. Pardoel 897. Castle, Schools and masters of fence, p. XXXIII. Vigeant p. 56: ''Cette traduction fait par les Elzeviers, avec nouvelles gravures sur bois, prouve la merite reconnu de l'oeuvre de Fabris''. Lipperheide 2952. Willems 157. Simoni F3. En Garde 29, cita solo l'edizione italiana del 1606. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Trattato delle Piante e Imagini de Sacri Edifizi di Terra Santa, disegnate in Ierusalemme

      secondo le regole della prospettiva, e vera misura della lor grandezza. Firenze, Pietro Cecconcelli, 1620 (in fine MDCXIX, alle Stelle Medicee), 1619 - in-folio picc. (270x190 mm.), titolo fig. inc.in bella bordura architettonica con le armi dei Medici, pp. 66 di testo a stampa. con grandi capilettera, testate e finalini, inc. in silografia, emblema delle Stelle Medicee al verso dell'ultima pag., 46 figure (numerate 1-47 con la tav. 42 omessa, come in tutti gli esemplari) su 39 tavole a piena pag., incise in rame da Jacques Callot dai disegni di Amico stesso. Leg. coeva p. perg. rigida, titolo ms. al dorso. Una prima edizione di questa fondamentale attenta descrizione degli edifici di Terra Santa venne pubblicata nel 1610, con i disegni inc. da Ant. Tempesta. La presente, con dedica a Cosimo Secondo, è di notevole pregio essendo adorna dei bellissimi rami del Callot, qui in primo stato (su 2). B. Amico, nativo di Gallipoli, frate minore osservante, viaggiò nei luoghi di Terra Santa negli anni 1593-1597 e pubblicò in quest'opera gli appunti e gli schizzi presi sul luogo. Esemplare genuino in ottime condizioni, raro. Cicognara 3932. Berlin Kat., 2782. Fowler 1961. Lieure, J.Callot, nn.306-352, I/II. Cat. Vinciana 1321. British Library XVII cent:, I, 29. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Animadversions upon M. Seldens History of Tythes [Tithes], and His.

      1619 - An Important Early Critical Response to Selden's History of Tythes Tillesley, Richard [1582-1621]. [Selden, John (1584-1654)]. Animadversions Upon M. Seldens History of Tithes, And his Review Thereof: Before Which (In Lieu of the Two First Chapters Purposely Pretermitted) is Premised a Catalogue of Seventy Two Authours, Before the Yeere 1215. Maintaining the Ius Divinum of Tythes or More, To be Payd to the Priesthood Under the Gospell. London: Printed by Iohn Bill, 1619. [xliv], 236 pp. Signature Q (pp. 121-128) misbound after Signature X (pp.161-168). First leaf blank except for a fleuron in a mortised ornament. Quarto (7-1/4" x 5-3/4") Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges and fragments of thong ties, very faint later hand-lettered title to spine. Moderate rubbing and soiling, spine darkened, some chipping along bottom edge of front cover, rear pastedown loose. Attractive woodcut head and tail-pieces, woodcut arms of England to verso of title page. Moderate toning, somewhat heavier in places, some edgewear and chipping to front free endpaper, which has an owner signature dated 1815, tiny (library?) stamp to rear endleaf. A nice copy. * First edition. This volume contains one of the most important responses written by clerics in the controversy immediately following the publication of John Selden's History of Tythes (1618). Tillesley, Archdeacon of Rochester, disputes Selden's work because it finds a great deal of support for tithing under positive law and almost none under divine law. In other words, Selden questioned the divine right to tithes while supporting the right under positive law. This is no minor controversy; Stubbe cited the publication of Selden's Historie of Tithes and the controversy surrounding it as one of the leading causes of the English Civil War. As one would expect, Tillesley's work was widely lauded by clergy, nobility and royalty. A second edition was published in 1621. Both editions are scarce. OCLC locates 7 copies of the first edition in North American law libraries (Harvard, Northwestern, SMU, University of Georgia, University of Pennsylvania, UC-Berkeley, UT-Austin). English Short-Title Catalogue S117059. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Relatione intorno l'origine, solennità, traslatione, et miracoli della Madonna di Reggio . Al ser.me Cesare d'Este duca di Reggio, Modona ecc. MCXIX.

      Reggio Emilia, Flaminio Bartoli, 1619, - in-4, pp. (24, compr. frontesp. inc.), 229 (mal num. 237 per errore di numeraz. da 104 a 113), (1 f. bianco), caratt. corsivo, alcune iniziali silogr. istoriate. Leg. coeva in p. pergamena (piccoli difetti sul primo piatto e alto al dorso). Magnifico frontesp. inc. con fig. di prelati, martiri, stemmi ed in alto l'immagine della Madonna, 11 tavole f.t., assai belle, su doppia pag., magistralmente incise da Giov. Luigi Valesio (una di mm. 320 x 605, più volte ripieg., raffigura la ''Macchina e Carro Trionfale della Venerabile Confraternita di S. Rocco''); esse raffigurano la chiesa della Madonna ed i carri trionfali delle varie Confraternite religiose per la festa della traslazione. Opera assai rara e difficile a trovarsi completa di tutte le tavole. Era stata pubblicata per la prima volta a Reggio Emilia nel 1597 e poi nel 1600 col titolo ''Relazione della Madonna della Ghiara espressa in lettere.'', ma la presente edizione del 1619 è notevolmente accresciuta e divisa in quattro parti. Esempl. puro e marginoso (con qualche lieve ingiallitura o aloni nei margini). BMC, XVII sec., 448. Michel-Michel IV, 124. Lozzi 4000. Cat. Vinciana 218. Lipperheide II, 2790. Choix d'Olschki 13364. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Indulgences, Privileges, Benefices et Graces spirituelles (les). Concédées du S. Siege Apostolic, à tous les Religieux, Religieuses, & autres qui portent la Ceinture de l'Ordre de S. Augustin & confirmees du Pape Gregoire XIII.

      Par Philippe Coignat, A Aix 1619 - In-16 de 63 pp., demi-chagrin vert, dos orné à nerfs, non rogné (reliure du XIXe siècle). Rare impression populaire d'Aix-en-Provence. Livret d'indulgences accordées aux augustins, illustré d'un bois gravé sur le titre (60 x 45 mm). Annotations manuscrites à l'encre du temps sur la dernière page blanche. Traces de mouillures sur les pp. 1-8, et le feuillet de titre. Ex-libris « Marcellus Schlimovich » ; cachet « Sociedad Hebraica Argentina ». Manque à la BNF et au C.C.Fr.

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        Compendio delle Croniche della Città di Como, raccolto da diversi Auttori, diviso in tre Parti. Nel quale (con brevità) si tratta di tutte le cose notabili successe dall'origine di quella sin all'Anno 1619 [..].

      appresso Gio. Angelo Turato, successore del quon. Hier. Frova 1619 In - 4° (cm. 21), legatura coeva in p. pergamena floscia con titolo ms. al dorso; pp. [44] 335 [1b] in buono stato, ciascuna delle tre parti ha un frontespizio con stemma araldico xilografico differente; capilettera e finalini in xilografia; lievi bruniture e sporadici segni d'uso, bianca la c.K4. Edizione originale, importantissima nella storia della storiografia comasca. La prima parte tratta della vita civile, la seconda di quella religiosa, la terza degli uomini e delle famiglie celebri; dedicatari sono l'abate Marco Gallio, il vescovo Filippo Archinto, il vicario Settimio Ciceri. «Raro» [Lozzi 1292]; cfr. anche Michel - Michel I, 101. Sull'autore, arciprete di Locarno, cfr. Nessi, Memorie storiche di Locarno. Locarno 1854, pp. 177 e ss.. Esemplare molto buono.

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        Persici Vel Sophorum Regni Typus

      Gerard Mercator, Amsterdam 1619 - Copper engraving, uncolored as published. Published in the French text edition of the atlas by Gerard Mercator 1619 in Amsterdam. A strong and clear impression, full margins as published. In excellent condition.

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        The auncient ecclesiastical histories of the first six hundred yeares after Christ, written in the Greeke tongue by three learned historiographers.

      London: Richard Field Folio (27.1 cm, 10.6"). [10], 192, 203–598, [18 (index)] pp.. 1619 Early Church history, especially the history of the Greek Church, was a major interest among clergy and scholars in early 17th century England, as this impressive item witnesses. Eusebius (ca. 260–340), bishop of Caesarea, is the best known of the early Church's historians. He lived through many of the important episodes he relates in the Ecclesiastical History; for example he was an eyewitness to the persecution of Christians under Diocletian, and he was present at the first ecumenical council at Nicaea. Here, he appears with Socrates (ca. 380–450) — the one who was a lawyer in Constantinople, hence known as "Scholasticus," the Greek term for lawyer — who had compiled his history as a continuation of Eusebius's work, and with Evagrius (ca. 536–600), also called "Scholasticus," who compiled his history to augment the works of Eusebius and Socrates together, beginning with the Council of Ephesus (431) and continuing to 594. The first edition of Hanmer's translations of these histories was printed in 1577. This fourth edition is printed in English black-letter gothic with some roman and italic and ample shouldernotes; it is decorated with the Fielding "Anchora Spei" woodcut device on the title-page and a good scattering of handsome xylographic initials and xylographic and typographic headpieces. Appended at the end is a very lengthy chronology divided into columns, comparing events in the history of the early Church. Provenance: Front fly-leaf with inked ownership inscription of I. [or J.?] Roberts, dated 1827; title-page with early inked ownership inscription of Jlan. [Julian?] Gandy in upper outer corner. One page with early inked English annotation, possibly in Roberts's hand, in lower margin; one small marginal note in Latin. Contemporary speckled calf, framed and panelled in double blind fillets with blind-tooled corner fleurons, rebacked with speckled calf, spine with gilt-stamped leather title-label and gilt-stamped compartment decorations; original leather with scuffs, edges rubbed. Lower (closed) edges and foot of title-page institutionally rubber-stamped (no other markings). Trimmed closely at upper margins, occasionally touching headers. Gap in pagination from 193 to 202, as per ESTC. Pages age-toned with light waterstaining in several portions; scattered spots of minor staining throughout. One leaf with short tear to outer margin, touching a shouldernote; a few corners bumped. => A solid, attractive copy of this important Elizabethan interpretation of classical writings on the ancient Church.

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        Historiae Normannorum scriptores antiqui, res ab illis per Galliam, Angliam, Apuliam, Capuae principatum, Siciliam, & Orientem gestas explicantes ...

      Lutetiae Parisiorum: [colophon: Apud Robertum Foüet, Nicolaum Buon, Sebastianum Cramoisy] Folio (35 cm, 13.6"). [7] ff., 1104, [16 (index & colophon)] pp. (pagination occasionally erratic).. 1619 First edition: History of the Normans and their conquests in Europe, compiled by a prominent French historian and geographer. The title-page is printed in red and black, and bears an engraved printer's device. Although the preface describes a planned publication of three volumes altogether, only this first volume was ever printed; it incorporates Duchesne's editions of Orderic Vitalis's Historia ecclesiastica, William of Poitiers's Gesta Guilelmi II. ducis Normannorum, and a number of other now-scarce early texts and sources. Period-style calf framed in blind, spine with raised bands and otherwise very plain— no label. Title-page with faint early inked inscriptions. Colophon with margins repaired, one repair at inner margin just touching a letter of text. Waterstaining to inner portions and lower outer corners of much of volume (not affecting title-page or preface, and generally faint); some pages browned. Numerous instances of early inked marginalia and underlining.

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        Les commentaires de .... sur les six livres de Pedacius Dioscoride Anazarbeen, de la matiere medecinale: Traduit de Latin en Francois, par M. Antoine du Pinet: et illustrez de nouveau d'un bon nombre de figures; .....

      Lyon, Pierre Rigaud, 1619, in-folio cart. antico, grande ritr. di M. al frontespizio ed al colophon altro a tutta pagina, pp. (130)-606-(33) con circa 1.400 inc. xil. n.t. (Nissen B.B., 1312 - Pritzel, 591 - Brunet, III 1539) (Alcune gore alla parte superiore ed inferiore del testo).

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        Candia cum Insulis aliquot circa Greaciam - Corfu, Zante, Milo, Nicisia, Santorini, Scarpanto.

      G. Mercator, Amsterdam 1619 - Copper engraving, hand colored in outline and wash. Published in the French text edition of the by Gerard Mercator 'Atlas sive cosmographicae meditationes de fabrica mundi .' 1619 at Jodocus Hondius in Amsterdam. In excellent condition.

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        INTRODUCCION AL SIMBOLO DE LA FE. COMPLETA

      IMPRENTA DE JUAN BAUTISTA VARESIO, LERMA 1619 - Ed. Imprenta de Juan Bautista Varesio, 1619. Lerma. Obra completa encuadernada en 1 solo tomo. Encuadernacion En Pergamino de Epoca. La Obra esta dividida en dos Partes. La primera Parte: contiene las 4 primeras partes de la Introduccion al Simbolo de la Fe, 8 hs + 574 paginas. La segunda Parte: Contiene La quinta parte de la introduccion al simbolo de la fe, que es un sumario de las cuatro primeras partes. Va añadido un tratado de la manera de enseñar los misterios de nuestra Fe a los que se convierten de los infieles y un Sermon que escribio al final de su vida. 216 Paginas + 2 hojas. Estado de conservacion. Encuadernacion en buen estado de conservacion. Interior: Primer Tomo: Primeras 3 Hojas arrugadas en Bordes sin afectar texto. Pagina de la 5 a la 12 Esquina superior derecha arrugada sin afectar a texto, señales de polilla afectando texto. Segundo Tomo: Señal de Polilla en aproximadamente 100 paginas afectando muy poco a texto. De la pagina 207 a 216 Esquina inferior hojas arrugadas. Indice con perdida de esquina Practicamente sin afectar a texto. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Siciliae Regnum.

      Gerard Mercator, Amsterdam 1619 - Copper engraving, hand colored in outline and wash. French text edition. In excellent condition.

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        Leich: trost: und Busspredigen, Auch Anweisung wie dieselbigen in Ausslegung Sonn: und Feyrtäg: Evangelien gebraucht werden konnen / gestelt durch Matheum Tympium SS. Theol. L.dum. 5 Teile in einem Band und eine Beibindung (s.u.).

      Münster, von Dalen, 1619. [6] Bl., 603 Seiten, [12] Bl. (= Grundwerk Teile 1+2). Mit Kupfertitel, gestochen von Abraham Hogenberg (1578 - ca. 1653). 19,5 x 15,5 cm. Voluminöser Pergamentband der Zeit. *VD17 12:628281G. - Angebunden: I. 3. Teil: Newen Jahrs Predigen/ Oder Deutliche Anweisung/ wie die Seelsorger ...Münster, Raßfeldt, 1618. 200 Seiten und Nachschrift mit 8 Blatt Nachrift \"Christlicher frsichtiger Haußhalter\". (dat. 1618). VD17 12:628274Y. - II. 4. Theil dieses Predigbuchs: Spiegel der Eheleuth/ Oder Kurtzer bericht/ wie die Prediger nicht allein in ihren Braut- oder hochzeitlichen Ehe- sondern auch andern Predigen die Eheleuth von ihrem ampt und schuldiger pflicht ... underweisen sollen. Münster, Rasfeldt, 1615. [2] Bl., 132 S. (VD17 12:628298S). - III. 5. Theil dieses Predigbuchs:Procession Predigen Oder: Deutliche anweisung/ wie die Seelsorger zur zeit der H. Bettfahrten/ Creutzgäng und Processionen/ bevorab an S. Marx tag/ in der H. Car- und Creutzwochen/ und am hohen Fest deß H. Fronleichnams Christi/ das gemeine Volck lehren unnd underweisen sollen/ wie die abwendung der Theuwrung/ deß Kriegß ... Münster Rasfeldt, 1615. 4 Bl., 97 S., 1 Bl. - IV. Hinten mit beigebunden: Creutzfähnlein/ Oder Kurtzer Bericht/ wie sich alle Gottseligen/ ... wider den alten Adam/ der sich nicht gern under das Creutz ergeben wil/ streiten/ ... Münster, Dalen, 1619.[2] Bl., 84 Seiten. VD17 12:105696T. - Umfangreiches Predigtwerk, das in dieser Ausgabe neben dem Grundwerk (Teil1+2) noch Teile 3-5 mit jeweils eigenem Titelblatt und separater Paginierung enthält (diese im VD auch separat gelistet. Am Ende ist noch das eigenständige Werk \"Creutzfähnlein\" von Tympe mit beigebunden (dieses in einer Lage in der Mitte auf ca. 10 Blatt mit Wurmspuren am seitlichen Blattrand). - Einband angestaubt, teils etwas stärker gebräunt, doch insgesamt recht gut erhalten Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Tartaria.

      G. Mercator, Amsterdam 1619 - Copper engraving, later hand colored. French text edition. In excellent condition.

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        Eirenarcha

      London - Companie of Stationers 1619 - A handsome edition ofEirenarcha by William Lambard bound together with his Duties of the Ministers of the Peace. With illuminated capitals. Black letter throughout. Collated: Both works complete referencing Copac. A sixteenth-centuryantiquarian and politician, William Lambard was a writer on legal subjects. He was accepted to Lincoln's Inn, one of the four Inns of Court of London. Eirenarcha being an antiquated word for 'justice of the peace',this publicationwas a manual for the contemporary constables - a precursor to our modern policing system - and became the standardwork on the subject. Condition: Rebacked in a quarter calf binding with morocco boards. Externally, smart with light rubbing to boards. Bumping to extremities. Front joint starting but sound. Faded library stamp to boards. Ex libris bookplate to front pastedown. Library stamp to front and rear blanks. Internally, firmly bound. Pages bright and clean but age toned. Contemporary ink annotations andmarginal wormingto title page and a few other pages. Overall: VERY GOOD. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Christliche Betrachtung der Newen Paracelsischen und Weigelianischen Theology; Darinnen durch Viertzehen Ursachen angezeiget wird, warumb sich ein jeder Christ für derselben, als vor einem schädlichen Seelengifft mit höchstem fleiß hüten unnd vorsehen soll. Wittenberg, J. Gorman für C. Heid 1622. 8°. 8 Bll. (d.l.w.), 799 S., 16 Bll. (d.l.w.).- Angeb.: (Balduin Friedrich), Außführliche unnd Gründliche Wiederlegung des Deutzschen Arianischen Catechismi welcher zu Rackaw in Polen anno 1608. gedruckt, und der uhralten algemeinen Apostolischen Bekenntnuß der Christlichen Kirchen von Jesu Christi Person und Ampt entgegen gesetzet ist. Wittenberg, J. Matthaeus für P. Helwig 1620. 20 Bll., 622 S., 17 Bll. (le. w.), mit 1 (mehrf. gef.) Tabelle, Prgt

      - I) VD17 39:151194Z (Wolfenbüttel unvollständig) - vgl. Sudhoff 306, Anm.- Erste deutsche Ausgabe.- Sehr seltene, erstmals 1619 in lat. Sprache erschienene Gegenschrift auf die "Philosophia mystica" des Paracelsus von 1618, die auch Texte Valentin Weigels enthielt.- Nikolaus Hunnius (* 11. Juli 1585 in Marburg; ? 12. April 1643 in Lübeck) war Professor an der theologischen Fakultät der Universität Wittenberg. ?Seine vorrangig in Wittenberg erfolgten Arbeiten prägen die konfessionelle Lehre vom Glaubensfundament und seinen Fundamentalartikeln und damit das Theologieverständnis des Luthertums.?- II. VD17 23:644334S - DG 10.4053.- Zweite Ausgabe (erstmals im Vorjahr erschienen).- Friedrich Balduin (1575-1627) ist vermutlich lediglich Übersetzer der lat. Ausgabe.- Leicht gebräunt, 1. Titel verso mit altem hs. Besitzvermerk u. gestempelt, die letzten Bll. mit kl. Wurmgängen, Ebd. leicht fleckig. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Emblematum Ethico-Politicorum Centuria Iulii Guilielmi Zincgrefii / Coelo Matth: Meriani MDCXIX.

      (Frankfurt), apud Johann Theodor de Bry, 1619. 188 x 141 mm. 110 Blatt. Mit gestochenem Titel und 100 emblematischen Textkupfern von Matthias Merian. Halblederband um 1850 mit Rückenvergoldung (Rückenbezug mit Fehlstelle im unteren Drittel). *Dünnhaupt S. 4364, 7.I.1. Faber du Faur 191. VD17 14:627325Z. - Erste Ausgabe des klassischen Werkes, das wiederholt in mehreren weiteren Ausgaben noch bis Ende des 17. Jahrhunderts gedruckt wurde. - Die vorliegende Erstausgabe ist sehr selten, die 100 Kupfer in guten und klaren Abzügen. - Enthält 100 Verse in französischer Sprache und 100 allegorische Textkupfer von M. Merian. In späteren Ausgaben (schon ab 1624) wurden die Verse in Deutsch oder mehrsprachig gedruckt und der Titel lautete dann \"Hundert Sitten- und Politische Sinnenbilder\". - Das Werk ist \"... eine Sentenzensammlung, welche Merian’sche allegorische Darstellungen zu erklären bestimmt war. Der Werth und die Bedeutung dieses unter der fördernden Anregung seines Lehrers Jan Gruterus, und wie aus seinem Briefwechsel ersichtlich ist, unter Mitwirkung seines gelehrten Freundes Michael Lingelsheim entstandenen Werkes, wird erst klar wenn man den tiefen Einfluß berücksichtigt, den die emblematische Litteratur auf die Entwicklung der Dichtung im 17. Jahrhundert ausgeübt hat\" (ADB). - Die Prosakommentare von Zincgref waren der Theorie des politischen Späthumanismus verpflichtet, insbesondere dem Einfluß des niederländischen Späthumanisten Justus Lipsius (1547-1606). - Nur wenige Seiten geringfügig gebräunt, insgesamt ein sehr sauberes und frisches Exemplar der seltenen Erstausgabe, lediglich der spätere Einband mit einem Fehlstück am Rücken. // Rare first edition of this famous and beautiful emblem book. With engraved title and 100 engraved circular copperplates by Matthaus Merian, each accompanied by a quatrain in French and prose commentary in Latin to accompany Merian\'s plates. A very freh and complete copy of the scarce first edition, bound in later half leather (binding about 1850), a part of the upper spine missing. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Emblembücher Illustrata Merian

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        Traitté d'horologeographie, auquel est enseigné a descrire et construire toutes sortes d'horloges au Soleil, en quelque superficie plane que ce soit

      1619 - 116 pages Paris, Michel Daniel, 1619, in-12, 116 pages, plein veau brun du XVIIIe siècle, dos à 5 nerfs, tranches rouges, Première édition, très rare, illustrée de 48 figures sur bois dans le texte. L'ouvrage contient aussi "un moyen et invention nouvelle, pour construire lesdicts horloges, sans scavoir la hauteur du pole du lieu, ny la declinaison et inclinaison de la superficie". Intérieur propre. Livre peu courant en français et paru très tôt, sur les cadrans solaires. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Emblematum Ethico-Politicorum Centuria Iulii Guilielmi Zincgrefii / Coelo Matth: Meriani MDCXIX.

      (Frankfurt), apud Johann Theodor de Bry, 1619 - 188 x 141 mm. 110 Blatt. Mit gestochenem Titel und 100 emblematischen Textkupfern von Matthias Merian. *Dünnhaupt S. 4364, 7.I.1. Faber du Faur 191. VD17 14:627325Z. - Erste Ausgabe des klassischen Werkes, das wiederholt in mehreren weiteren Ausgaben noch bis Ende des 17. Jahrhunderts gedruckt wurde. - Die vorliegende Erstausgabe ist sehr selten, die 100 Kupfer in guten und klaren Abzügen. - Enthält 100 Verse in französischer Sprache und 100 allegorische Textkupfer von M. Merian. In späteren Ausgaben (schon ab 1624) wurden die Verse in Deutsch oder mehrsprachig gedruckt und der Titel lautete dann "Hundert Sitten- und Politische Sinnenbilder". - Das Werk ist ". eine Sentenzensammlung, welche Merian’sche allegorische Darstellungen zu erklären bestimmt war. Der Werth und die Bedeutung dieses unter der fördernden Anregung seines Lehrers Jan Gruterus, und wie aus seinem Briefwechsel ersichtlich ist, unter Mitwirkung seines gelehrten Freundes Michael Lingelsheim entstandenen Werkes, wird erst klar wenn man den tiefen Einfluß berücksichtigt, den die emblematische Litteratur auf die Entwicklung der Dichtung im 17. Jahrhundert ausgeübt hat" (ADB). - Die Prosakommentare von Zincgref waren der Theorie des politischen Späthumanismus verpflichtet, insbesondere dem Einfluß des niederländischen Späthumanisten Justus Lipsius (1547-1606). - Nur wenige Seiten geringfügig gebräunt, insgesamt ein sehr sauberes und frisches Exemplar der seltenen Erstausgabe, lediglich der spätere Einband mit einem Fehlstück am Rücken. // Rare first edition of this famous and beautiful emblem book. With engraved title and 100 engraved circular copperplates by Matthaus Merian, each accompanied by a quatrain in French and prose commentary in Latin to accompany Merian's plates. A very freh and complete copy of the scarce first edition, bound in later half leather (binding about 1850), a part of the upper spine missing. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 800 Halblederband um 1850 mit Rückenvergoldung (Rückenbezug mit Fehlstelle im unteren Drittel). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tractatus de commerciis, et cambio. In quo non minus opportune, quam iuxta occasionem copiose tractatur de mora, interesse, usura, solemnitate scripturae, asse in pondere, et valore, de moneta, solutionibus, oblatione, deposito, praescriptionibus, compensationibus, iurium cessionibus, delegationibus, adiudicatione nominis debitoris, hypotheca..

      Jacopo Mascardi per Andrea Brogiotti 1619 In folio (cm 30,5), senza legatura, pp. (8), 755, (125). Frontespizio stampato in rosso e nero con vignetta in rame al centro. Testo su due colonne. Piccoli fori sul titolo senza danno al testo, lievi fioriture occasionali, ma nel complesso ottima copia.PRIMA EDIZIONE. Questa celebre opera, che ebbe subito grande successo e fu più volte ristampata (7 edizioni fino al 1738), rappresenta uno dei primi trattati moderni di teoria economica e bancaria e riflette le nuove idee liberali che andavano diffondendosi in quegl'anni in materia di credito, operazioni commerciali di pubblica utilità , valore e cambio. «Le ragioni della fama che lo Scaccia acquistò con questo trattato sono da ricercare soprattutto nel fatto che esso, con la sua esauriente trattazione, rappresenta un ausilio pratico, prezioso per colui che doveva applicarsi alla fattispecie del diritto commerciale non avendo in questa materia un panorama giuridico di riferimento molto ampio. La profonda trasformazione in atto nella società  del tempo, poi, faceva avvertire sempre più il bisogno di nuovi strumenti giuridici adeguati al mutamento. Il Tractatus venne, quindi, ad inserirsi proprio nello scenario di questo profondo cambiamento, rispondendo alle nuove esperienze avvertite, quotidianamente, nella prassi dei rapporti economici.. Nel Tractatus de commerciis et cambio ritroviamo le linee dottrinali e dogmatiche del sapere dello Scaccia, maturate attraverso l'esperienza genovese. In esso le fonti, accanto al vasto numero di grandi giuristi, rivelano la conoscenza approfondita dello Stracca, e la presenza, in materia di assicurazioni, del giurista portoghese Pedro de Santarem» (cfr. R. de Laurentiis, Sigismondo Scaccia (1564? - 1634) fra pratica e teoria giuridica agli inizi dell'età  moderna, in: "Rivista di storia del diritto italiano"?, 1991, vol. LXIV, pp. 282 e 287). Originario di Camerata, vicino Tivoli, Sigismondo Stracca frequentò lo Studio Romano a partire dal 1580, studiando giurisprudenza sotto Cino Campano. Si addottorò in utroque iure presso la Sapienza nel 1584. L'anno successivo svolse le funzioni di uditore e consultore del Tribunale dell'Inquisizione a Malta. Nel 1589 fu giudice ordinario a Frascati. Tra il 1592 e il 1600 fu al servizio dei Colonna. Dopo aver egregiamente svolto le funzioni di governatore di Subiaco, nel 1605 fu nominato podestà  di Lucca. Tra il 1612 e il 1615 si trasferì a Genova in qualità  di uditore della Rota civile. Fu qui che Scaccia maturò l'ispirazione e compose il Tractatus de commerciis et cambio. Dal 1620 al 1623 lavorò a Firenze come giudice e podestà . Trascorse gli ultimi anni di vita nella sua casa romana, dedicandosi alla stesura del Tractatus de sententia et re iudicata e all'insegnamento privato. Morì nel 1634 (cfr. De Laurentis, op. cit., pp. 233 - 259). Palgrave, III, p. 360. Kress, 369. ICCU, ITICCUPUVE07102. \

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        Cometa per Bootem

      Wittenberg/ Paulum Helvvigium, 1619. Extremely rare first edition gebundene Ausgabe A. Rhodius: Cometa Per Bootem. Wittenberg. Apud Paulum Helvvigium. [P. Helwig]. [1619]. 1st ed. Small 4to. (21,5 x 16,8). (32) pp. With large woodcut on title and several woodcuts in the text. Vignette on last page. Frayed edges, some repairs/ reinforcements to corners. Browning due to age. Bound in later full paper. 1st edition of a rare book on the comet of 1618 which interested Galileo, Kepler, Snell, and the other leading astronomers of the time. Rhodius (1577- 1633), was a German mathematician who served Tycho Brahe in Prague 1600-1 and later became professor of mathematics at the University of Wittenberg.

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        Observationum et Curationum Medicinalium ac Chirurgicarum. Opera Omnia.

      Frankfurt, Z. Palthenius Erben,1619. 1. Gesamtausgabe in Folio. 7 Teile in 2 Bänden. Folio. Spät. Leder mit Rückenschildern. Gering beschabt und mit einigen Wurmspuren. Innen meist stark gebräunt, stellenweise im Kopfsteg fleckig, vereinzelt leichte Wurmpuren. Krivatsy 4184; Wellcome I, 2374/75, 2377, 2379 (die Einzelteile); mit diesem Haupttitel nicht im VD 17. Erste Gesamtausgabe in folio, aus Einzeldrucken zusammengesetzt. Enthält: Observatorium medicinalium libri 1-32 in 5 Teilen (= 3 Bände, datiert 1614, 1614 u. 1609) und die Observationum chirurgicarum libri 1-9 (= 2 Bände, datiert 1610 u. 1611). Versand D: 6,00 EUR 17. Jahrhundert; Chirurgie; Lateinische Sprache; Medizin

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        Pfalz,Sachsen,Brandenburg, 30 Jhr.Krieg, Unckel anno 1619

      Unckel Johann Carl, Ffm. - Pfalz,Sachsen,Brandenburg, 30 Jhr.Krieg, Unckel anno 1619 Dreißigjähriger Krieg. - Pfaltz, Sachsen, Brandeburg. Historische Beschreybung dero dreyen Hochlöblichen, Weltlichen Churfürsten Pfaltz, Sachsen und Brandeburg Ankunfft, Geschlechten, Succession, Gemahlin, Kindern, Geschichten, Thaten, Leben und endtlichen Absterben. 3 Tle. in 1 Bd. Frankfurt, Unckel, 1619. Kl.-4to (19:15,5 cm). Alle Bll. mit ornamentalen Holzschn.-Bordüren. 59 nn. Bll. Mod. Prgt., vord. Spiegel mit Schabstelle. VD 17 39:122465Y. - Erste Ausgabe, selten. Ganz in Verse gefaßte Lebensbeschreibungen der pfälzischen, sächsischen u. brandenburgischen Kurfürsten. Wohl eine Art Propagandaschrift zur Wahl Friedrichs V. von der Pfalz zum böhmischen König. Das Werk ist dem Pfalzgrafen vom Verleger gewidmet. - Leicht gebräunt u. stellenw. knapp beschnitten. 2 Bll. der Widmung etwas verwaschen gedruckt. FÜR WEITERE INFORMATIONEN BITTE UNTEREN LINK ANKLICKEN [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        PRIMERA PARTE (2ª, 3ª, 4ª) DE LA INTRODUCCION DEL SIMBOLO DE LA FE + 5ª PARTE. Trata de la creación del Mundo, para venir por las criaturas al conocimiento del Criador, y de sus divinas perfecciones.

      - Lerma. Imp. Juan Bautista Varesio. 1619. 28x20 cm. portada con grabado + 7 h. de aprobación, tassa, privilegio, erratas, dedicatoria +574 págs. + 5ª parte con portada + 1 h. al letor (sic) +216 págs. + 1 h. de tabla. Texto a dos columnas, letras capitulares. Pleno pergamino época arrugado, restaurado en los nervios y lacería de cierres. Faltas: portada falto de la esquina superior derecha y pie de imprenta, hoja de erratas reforzada en margen derecha, páginas 209 a la 216 de la 5ª parte falto de la esquina superior derecha afectando a 6 líneas de texto, y falto de la última h. de tabla. En conjunto limpio y buenos márgenes. # religión [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Geographia Nubiensis, id est accuratissima totius orbis in Septem Climata divisi Descriptio, continens præsertim exactim universæ Asiæ, & Africæ, rerumq; in ijs hactenus incognitarum explicationem. Recens ex Arabico in Latinum versa a Gabriele Sionita... & Joanne Hesronita...

      Parisiis [Paris]: Ex Typographia Hieronymi Blageart, 1619.. First Latin edition, 4to, (xii), 278, (12), 54, (2) pp, with the blank leaf Nn4 neatly excised. Later 17th century manuscript to front blanks, including a note that the book had been bought "at Mr. [Cornelius] Bees in Little Brittaine... 1653" and the signature of Robert Gould, Rector of Shangton, Leicestershire, dated 1690, plus two lengthy notes of this period concerning the book and its author. Contemporary calf with blind stamped borders, spine with subtle restoration. A 12th century geographer, born in Ceuta, Idrisi travelled widely and became a member of the court of Roger II of Sicily, for whom he constructed a celestial sphere made from silver as well as composing this work. Its common title as given here is a misnomer; the book covering the extents of the world as known to Idrisi and his sources, from Scandinavia to China. Originally published in Arabic in Rome in 1592.

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        Sigismundi Scacciae iuriscons. romani Tractatus de commercio et cambio in quo non minus opportunae, quan iuxta occasionem copiosae.

      Sumptibus Andreae Brugiotti ex typ. I. Mascardi, Roma 1619 - In folio, pp. (8) + 756 + (124). P. pg. coeva con nervature al d. Manc. non rilevante alla cuffia inf. Tarletto al marg. inf. delle prime 15 cc. con perdita di poche lettere. F. in rosso e nero con inc. all'acquaf. raff. Vergine con bambino. Edizione originale di questo caposaldo dei primordi del pensiero economico. Nell'ambito delle profonde modificazioni in atto nel XVII, che vanno a incidere sul rigore delle dottrine scolastiche con l'ammissione dei nuovi istituti di credito e della possibilita' di ricavare lucro dall'impiego produttivo del danaro, Scaccia, insieme a Della Torre e Stracca rappresentano il punto di vista relativamente piu' liberale. Palgrave, III, p. 360. Kress, 369. Ciasca, 172. ITA

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        Binnenhof mit der Hinrichtung des Johann van Oldenbarnefeld in J. 1619 (' Ivstitieaen Ian Van Oldenbarnevelt Geschiet, den 13 May 1619').

      - Anonymer Kupferstich, dat. 1619, 19 x 36,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Squitinio della liberta veneta. Nel quale si adducono anche le raggioni dell'impero romano sopra la citta & signoria di Venetia

      Stampato in Mirandola: appresso Giouanni Bennincasa, 1619 - In-8 (2) 101 (3). Piena pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Pagine lievemente arrossate, ex-libris Lucatello. Celebre opera anonima contro Venezia di varia attribuzione. Seconda non comune edizione di questo "Pampleth" nei confronti della Repubblica di Venezia, testo che fu soggetto alla censura, ritirato e fatto bruciare. Edita la prima volta nel 1612. L'opera è attribuita ad Alfonso de Cueva, ambasciatore della Spagna, presso la città lagunare ma si parla anche di Possevino e arco Velsero. Il Peignot nel suo "Dictionnaire des Ouvrages Condamnes au feu" così scrive: "Ouvrage seditibux et rare. Il a ete Brulè par ordre du Senat de Venise. On n'en connait pas l'auteur precisement Il pretend monster dans cet ouvrage que la Republique de Venise n'est pas nee libre, qu'elle est un ancien domaine de l'Empire, et que, par consequent l'Empereur et l'Empire conserrvent sur la Republique leurs droits et leurs memes pretentions. Cet auteur semble avoir prevu la sorte de Venise. Quoi qu'il en soit, son livre a donnè lieu a' Fra Paolo (Sarpi) de Faire l'Histoire du Concile de Trente pour Mortifier la cour de Roe, et il n'y a que trop bien. Reussiò (II, p. 144-145). Melzi, Dizionario di opere anonime e pseudonime, III, p. 93; Parenti, Dizionario dei luoghi di stampa falsi, inventati o supposti, p. 143; Autori italiani del Seicento, III, p. 226-227, n. 1013-1016. (II, P.144-145)"MELZI, DIZIONARIO DI OPERE ., III, P.93; PARENTI, DIZIONARIO DEI LUOGHI DI STAMPA FALSI ., P.143; AUTORI ITALIANI DEL SEICENTO, III, P.226-227, N.1013-1016; BRUNET V, 502; CICOGNA 129. LOZZI 6133. 17mo secolo

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        VOYAGES ET DESCOUVERTURES FAITES EN LA NOUVELLE FRANCE, DEPUIS L'ANNEE 1615. JUSQUES A LA FIN DE L'ANNEE 1618. PAR LE SIEUR DE CHAMPLAIN

      Paris, 1619. 12mo. Early 20th-century crushed red morocco by Riviere & Son, with a double-rule border on front and rear boards, spine gilt with raised bands, gilt inner dentelles, a.e.g. Minute tears in edges of titlepages and dedication leaves. Very small, unobtrusive wormhole in upper outer margin of final thirty-four leaves (not affecting text). Folding plates trimmed close along outer edge (one with a short closed split along the fold). A very good copy. First edition of Samuel de Champlain's third work, with the first reports of his explorations of 1615 to 1618. Written primarily to encourage the continued patronage of New France by Louis XIII, this volume gives much information on Native Americans of the St. Lawrence Valley and their customs, and the topography of upstate New York. "It describes his introduction to the Recollet Fathers as missionaries to the Indians, his exploration of the Ottawa River, Lake Huron, and Lake Ontario; the attack on the Iroquois fort in New York state; and his winter among the Hurons. The work also contains Champlain's incomparable essay on the Hurons and other neighboring tribes. It includes Brule's narrative of his experiences among the savages on the southern borders of New York, near the Pennsylvania line, and an account of the events which occurred in the settlements at Quebec" - Winsor. The engravings show Champlain's attack on an Iroquois fort, male and female Indian costumes, a deer hunt, an Indian dance, and a burial. "The plates, illustrative of scenes in Indian life, are beautiful specimens of the engraving of the period" - Field. This is one of the most difficult of Champlain's works to find. We note only three copies appearing at auction in the past thirty years. The Siebert copy sold for $51,750 in 1999 (to this firm), and then brought $74,400 when it reappeared at auction in 2009.

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        The Holy Bible: Containing the Old Testament and the New: Newly Translated out of the Originall Tongues: and with the former translations diligently compared and revised: By his Majesties speciall commandment [Authorized version, King James version]

      London: Bohnam Norton and John Bill (et al), 1619-1621. Early printing. Hardcover. 2-inch split at top of front joint, surface scuffing to leather, else binding quite sturdy and presentable; text lacking first 6 leaves of Book of Common Prayer; lacking 2 leaves (C3 & C4) of the Genealogies; general title page with 1.5" torn away across top and 1.5" wide strip at fore-edge from center of page up; first gathering of OT with upper margin cropped close, short tears to fore-edge margins, second gathering of OT somewhat grubby and with short tears to fore-edge margins; ffl Hhh3 & Hhh5 in NT lower outside corner torn away with loss of text; last 14 leaves of Psalms lacking. Overall, text is quite clean. . 4to, 205 x 155 mm (8.25 x 6 inches), early plain full calf with 5 raised bands; black-letter text (except for title pages, tables, chapter preliminaries, etc.). Text begins with the Book of Common Prayer (first 6 leaves absent). Separate title pages for: "The Genealogies Recorded in the Sacred Scripture . . ." by J. S. (i'e' John Speed, undated, with double-page map); general title page for "The Holy Bible" dated 1619; "The New Testament" dated 1620 with imprint on title page Robert Barker and John Bill and on colophon same date with only Robert Barker's name; "Two Right Profitable and Fruitfull Concordances . . ." dated 1619 with imprint of Burnham Norton and John Bill; "The Whole Book of Psalms" dated 1621 with imprint of the Company of Stationers. Collation: A-E8 (lacking A1-6); A-E4 (lacking C3 & C4); A8 (OT title page, Epistle Dedicatory, The Translator to the Reader followed by new A) A-Sss8; A-K8 (+ 2 unsigned leaves); A-F8 (lacking all after F2). Corresponds with Herbert 374: Bible text ends on Sss8, signature Hhh omitted; Ggg6b with "S. Matthew" instead of "S. Mark" in heading; includes Genealogy with map, and Concordances. With added (though defective) Book of Common Prayer and Psalmes. A few mid-eighteenth century birth records (Knight family) to blank leaf facing Concordance and to final blank leaf. Herbert 374; STC 2258.

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        An Exposition with Notes vpon the First Epistle to the Thessalonians.

      London, W. Stansby, for John Parker 1619 - (8) 598 p. Rebound Leather with ribbed back and richly decorated with stamps, 4° (lacks titlepage, some pages are fixed at the margins. William Sclater 1575-1626, was an English clergyman and controversialist. Besides several volumes of sermons, Sclater was author of four exegetical and other works, which were published posthumously under the editorship of his son.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Beschreibung der Stadt Amsterdam: darinnen von derselben ersten Ursprunge bis auf gegenwärtigen Zustand [...]. Amsterdam: J. Noschen, 1664.

      Gebonden in 18de-eeuwse halfleren band, (8)+398+(24) p., ill. Rug wat sleets. Exemplaar met de "Erinnerung an den Buchbinder", die volgens Nijhoff/Van Hattum vrijwel steeds ontbreekt. Lit: Nijhoff/Van Hattum 350, Bientjes 252-253.Philipp von Zesen (Prirau 1619 - Hamburg 1689) was dichter en woonde 1655-1667 te Amsterdam, onder andere als consul van Anhalt. Maar ook daarvoor en daarna verbleef hij veel in ons land. Hij beschreef zijn stad vanuit het oog van de buitenlander, met onder andere veel aandacht voor de lutherse gemeente van Amsterdam. De 72 platen en kaarten komen (met uitzondering van de lutherse kerk van binnen) ook voor in Dappers 'Beschrijving der stadt Amsterdam' uit 1663. Von Zesens boek over Amsterdam is levendig geschreven en geeft bijzonderheden die men in andere reisberichten niet aantreft. De prenten, waaronder een groot vogelvluchtgezicht op de stad en enkele plattegronden, zijn anoniem, maar volgens Nijhoff/Van Hattum waarschijnlijk van de hand van J. Veenhuyzen. In hetzelfde jaar verscheen bij M. Doornik een woordelijke nadruk op 12º formaat, met 58 prentjes, dezelfde prentjes als die in de 3e druk van M. Fokkens 'Beschrijvinge' waren verschenen.

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        Biblia Hebraica. Eorvndem Latina interpretatio Xantis Pagnini Lvcensis, Benedicti Ariae Montani Hispal. & quorundam aliorum collato studio, ad Hebraicam dictionem dilligentissime expensa. WITH: Romanae Correctionis, in Latinis Bibliis Editionis Vvlgatae, ivssv Sixti V. Pontificis Maximi recognitis, Loca Insigniora Obseruata & denuo aucta à Francisco Lvca Brugensi, Ecclesiae Cathedralis Audomaropolitanae Theologo & Decano. Accessit Libellus alter, continens alias lectionum varietates, in eisdem Bibliis Latinis, ex vetustis manuscriptis exemplaribus collectas, quibus possit perfectior reddi, feliciter coepta correctio, si accedat Summi Pontificis auctoritas, eodem obseruatore & collectore. WITH: Novvm Testamentvm Graecvm, Cvm vulgata interpretatione Latina Graeci contextus lineis inserta: Quae quidem interpretatio cum a Graecarum dictionum proprietate discedit, sensum, viddicet, magis quam verba exprimens, in margine libri est colocata: atque alia Ben. Ariae Montani Hispalensis opera e verbo reddita, ac diuerso characterum genere distincta, in eius est substituta locum. (BIJBEL).

      Genève, Pierre de la Rovière 1619. 3 werken in 1 band, (8) 271 (38), (4) 69 (10), 203 283 (1) 183 (22, gegraveerde titelpagina) p. Half Leer met ribben, Folio (de eerste en laatste titelpagina zijn opgeplakt, van pagina 283 is een stukje van de bovenste hoek gescheurd, hierdoor enkele letters tekstverlies, deskundig vernieuwde rug. Vroege uitgave van de Bijbel in het Hebreeuws en Grieks, met bijgevoegde Latijnse vertaling. Het Hebreeuwse Oude Testament begint achterin, het Griekse Nieuwe Testament voorin, beide zijn gedrukt met een interlineare Latijnse vertaling.) 3 works in 1 binding, (8) 271 (38), (4) 69 (1), 203 283 (1) 183 (22, engraved titlepage) p. (the first and last titlepage are reinforced, page 283 lacks a piece of the top corner, because of this a few letters are missing, skillfully renewed spine. Early edition of the Bible in Hebrew and Greek, with an enclosed translation in Latin. The Hebrew Old Testament starts at the end, the Greek New Testament at the beginning, both are printed with an interlinear translation in Latin.).

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        Statuti dell'Università de' Mercanti e della Corte de gl'Offiziali della Mercanzia della Città di Siena. Riformati per comandamento del Sereniss. Don Cosimo II Gran Duca Quarto di Toscana. Divisi secondo l'antica forma loro in quattro distinzioni [.].

      - In Siena, appresso Bonetti, 1619, in-4, pergamena floscia coeva, pp. [12], 160. Con stemma Medici e piccola immagine dell'Assunzione della Vergine con la città di Siena incisi in legno sul frontespizio, iniziali e fregi xilografici. Esemplare originale in ogni sua parte: mancano i legacci e piccole parti del rivestimento in pergamena all'esterno, manca un frammento della prima carta di guardia bianca, piccola mancanza dovuta a tarlo al margine bianco basso di poche carte, alone di antica umidità all'angolo superiore interno (margine bianco) delle pagine (quasi irrilevante per due terzi del volume, un poco più marcato nell'ultimo terzo). Seconda edizione, corretta. Biblioteca del Senato, Catalogo Raccolta Statuti, VII, p. 235. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Thesaurus Fidei. Das ist: Ein notwendiger Bericht, unnd Verwarnung an die Novitios, oder junge angehende Discipel, welche von der hochlöblichen gesegneten Fraternitet deß RosenCreutzes auff- und angenommen: Daß sie im Glauben gegen Gott, Liebe dem Nechsten, Gedult, unnd Sanfftmut der Fraternitet biß ans Ende verharren....

      Ohne Ort und Drucker, 1619.. 8°. 36 SS. Broschur. VD17 14:008809D; Gardner 11; Kloss 2559; Wolfstieg II, 42382: "Selten. Empfiehlt die Lektüre der Irenaeischen Schriften. Alle Stände, weltliche wie geistliche, katholischer wie sonstiger Konfession werden einer Kritik unterzogen". Die Schrift besteht aus zwei Sendbriefen, einmal an Novizen, dann an die Brüder Rosenkreuzer, mit Mahnungen zur Tugend und Warnungen vor Stolz und Geldgier. Der erste Teil ist signiert "Irenaeus Agnostus C W. Eiusdem Fraternitatis per Germaniam indignus Notarius", der zweite "F. G. Menapius" - beides sind Pseudonyme des undurchsichtigen Altdorfer Juristen und Publizisten Friedrich Grick, dessen Anliegen in Bezug auf die Rosenkreuzer letztlich unklar bleibt. Immerhin scheint er von einer wahren Bruderschaft auszugehen, für die er sowohl Hochachtung als auch Spott bereit hat. - Papierbedingt gebräunt oder etwas fleckig.

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        Psalterium Romanum Dispositum per Hebdomadam Ad normam Breuiarij, ex decreto Sacr. Concilij Trid. restituti, PII V. Pont. Max. Ivssv Editi, et Clementis VIII. Auctoritate Recogniti. Cum omnibus, quae pro Psalmis, Hymnis, Antiphonis, tàm Beatae Mariae Virginis, quàm Defunctorum, ac Responsorijs, ceterisq[ue] in Divino Officio modulandis, necessaria sunt, praecipua cura emend[a]tum, & excusum. Psalmorum atque Hymnorum tabulam, in calce libri reperies. De Licentia Svperiorvm

      Venetia (Venetiis): Cierae (Apud Cieras). 1619. Large folio (450 x 315 mm.). Quarter light tan calf with spine in blindtooled compartments with titling gilt, marbled boards. 1f. (title), 2- 241 foliated leaves, 1f. ("Regestum"). Text and music printed in red and black. Music (filled square notation on four-line staves) typeset throughout. Folios 2-192 comprise the complete Psalter for daily use, ff. 193 hymns, ff. 231-241r the Office of the Dead ("Officium mortuorum"), and f. 241v an index of psalms ("Tabula psalmorum"). Lower portion of title with an engraved vignette depicting the abduction of Europa: Zeus, disguised as a bull, carries Europa across the sea on his back. The "Regestum" includes the Latin alphabet in both majuscule and minuscule, binding and publication information, and a woodcut vignette very similar to the title engraving. With frequent early marginal annotations, corrections, and additional chant notation, very finely executed in black ink. "Robert Brenton Betts Exeter 1987" in blue ink to upper pastedown. On f. 239r a modern hand has crossed out the title "Magnificat" and penciled in "Benedictus?" below. Binding slightly worn, rubbed, and bumped. Minor repairs to verso of title, and upper portion of ff. 20-21 and f. 179, affecting several words of text and music; some margins slightly soiled and dampstained; occasional bleeding, offsetting, and worming. A very attractive copy overall. . Very rare. 1 complete copy in OPAC SBN, at the Biblioteca provinciale dei Frati minori cappuccini in Turin. This edition does not appear in Worldcat, BUC, Copac, or RISM. Ciera seems to have published an edition of the Psalterium Romanum in 1607 (1 copy in Worldcat, at the British Library; OCLC # 771221376) and another in 1614 (1 incomplete copy in OPAC SBN, at the Biblioteca nazionale centrale in Rome). The Ciera family of printers was active in Venice at end of the 16th and beginning of the 17th centuries. They published a Graduale romanum in 1610 and an Antiphonarium in 1616. Sartori, Dizionario degli editori musicale italiani, 48. A beautiful edition originating from one of the most vibrant centers of music publishing in the 16th and 17th centuries.

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