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        Campagna di Roma

      Bologna 1620 - Incisione in rame, mm 368x480, colorata d'epoca. Fascinosa carta del territorio, tratta da "Italia" il fondamentale primo atlante con carte di tutta la penisola, che il geografo e matematico Magini realizzò a fine '500, ma che, a causa della sua morte, fu pubblicato solo nel 1620 dal figlio. Grazie ai contatti personali con le istituzioni ed i più importanti cartografi del tempo, Magini ebbe a disposizione materiale cartografico talvolta inedito o comunque non disponibile per gli studiosi. La sua opera costituì il fondamento di tutta la cartografia del XVII secolo, venendo costantemente copiata da tutti i successivi autori. Cartiglio in basso a sinistra con la dedica a Luigi Capponi. Ottimo esemplare

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        Histoire de Loys XI, Roy de France, et des choses mémorables advenues de son Regne, depuis l'an 1460. Jusqu' à 1483.

      sans lieu Imprimée sur le vrai original 1620 Gr. In-8 de 15 ff.n.ch., 338 pp., veau , dos lisse, orné, pièce de titre, mors lég fendu, 3 coins usés. Avec un beau portrait en pied gravé en frontispice par Mathous. Ouvrage très rare de la "Chronique scandaleuse" qui n'a de scandaleux que son titre. Barbier II 720. Autrement dit La chronique scandaleuse écrite par un greffier de l'Hôtel de ville de Paris.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Jeanne Laffitte]
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        De indulgentiis, et iubileo libri duo. Acc. & alia eiusdem authoris aliquot opuscula.

      17 x 11 cm. [6] Bl., 373 Seiten. - Angebunden II. Ders.: De Arte Bene Moriendi libri duo. Antwerpen, Plantin, 1620. 8 Bl. 255 S., 4 Bl. (letztes weiß). - III. Ders.: De aeterna felicitate sanctorum libri quinque. Editio secunda. Antwerpen, Plantin, 1617. 304 Seiten, 16 Bl. Pergamentband der Zeit mit Bindebändern (Rücken etwas berieben und im unteren Bereich mit 3 kleinen Fehlstellen). *I. VD16 B 1615. Wohl zweite Ausgabe (erstmals 1599 erschienen). VD16 nennt 6 Bl. Vorstücke, das vorliegende Ex. scheint aber mit 4 Bl. vollständig, auch andere Bibliotheken geben für die vorliegende Ausgabe ebenfalls 4 Bl. Vorstücke an. - II. Das "Ars moriendi" erschien im Jahr 1620 zeitgleich in vielen Druckorten in Europa und danach in zahlr. Ausgaben. - III. Erstmals 1616 in Antwerpen erschienene Schrift über die ewige Glückseligkeit. - Roberto Bellarmino (geb. 4. Oktober 1542 in Montepulciano gest.17. September 1621 in Rom) war Theologe und Jesuit. Er war ein Hauptverfechter des römischen Katholizismus und der päpstlichen Suprematie im 16. Jahrhundert. Bellarmin hatte als Kardinal und Berater des Papstes bei der Vorbereitung des Verfahrens gegen Galilei eine Führungsrolle und war auch derjenige, der Galilei die Haltung des Vatikans deutlich machte. - Erster Titel mit altem Stempel, ansonsten im Text durchgehend sehr sauber.

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        New and Accurate Map of the World (c.1620 Original Engraving)

      P. Kerius, 1620, Softcover, Book Condition: Very Good Condition, c1620. Size: 410 x 380 mm. 1 pages. Item Type: Print. Date is approximate based on van der Keere's publication history. An original colour engraving, overall a little toned and browned, generally commensurate with its age. light creasing and a small tear to top-left corner, not greatly imposing upon the printed image. Otherwise well-preserved, clear and attractive. The print measures 130 x 90 mm, and is laid-down onto board, professionally mounted and framed. Glazing is available for collection only; item will otherwise be shipped unglazed. Not sold internationally unless additional carriage is paid. Buy with confidence, support a genuine Independent Bricks & Mortar Real Bookshop and help keep the High Street an interesting place to shop. We are Maynard & Bradley CAMBO & PBFA (now lapsed) members here in Leicester City Centre. 0116 253 2712 Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; Britain/UK; Renaissance 16thc to 17thc; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 04198.

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        AGRICVLTVRA GENERAL QVE TRATA DE LA LABRANZA DEL CAMPO

      Viuda de Alonso Martin. Domingo Gonçalez. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Estado de conservación: Muy bien. Madrid. 1620. 28X22. 10h+268f. Folio 265 facsimilado. Pergamino. Variedad de tratados en la misma Obra. Extremadamente Rara. Ref 7.3 Biblioteca A.

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        Territorio trevigiano

      1620. Incisione in rame, mm 348x455, colorata d'epoca. Fascinosa carta del territorio, tratta da "Italia" il fondamentale primo atlante con carte di tutta la penisola, che il geografo e matematico Magini realizzò a fine '500, ma che, a causa della sua morte, fu pubblicato solo nel 1620 dal figlio. Grazie ai contatti personali con le istituzioni ed i più importanti cartografi del tempo, Magini ebbe a disposizione materiale cartografico talvolta inedito o comunque non disponibile per gli studiosi. La sua opera costituì il fondamento di tutta la cartografia del XVII secolo, venendo costantemente copiata da tutti i successivi autori. Titolo in alto a destra, cartiglio in basso a sinistra con la dedica Giovanni Francesco Sagredo. Ottimo esemplare

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s.]
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        1. "Nasturtium Indicum" - 2. "Nasturtium alterum" - 3. "Valeriana greca" - 4. "Papas Americano".

      - kol. Kupferstich v. Emanuel Sweerts, um 1620, 34,2 x 20,8 (H) - Blattgr. 40 x 26,8 cm Im alten Passepartoutausschnitt minimal nachgedunkelt, verso mit Resten alter Montierung. Mit viel Plattenton gedruckt und in den Farben sehr schön frisch. Das Kolorit ist alt aber wohl nicht zeitgenössisch. WZ: Wappenschild mit Zepter (?). - Ein sehr schönes Blatt.

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        Ducato di Urbino

      1620. Incisione in rame, mm 350x460, colorata d'epoca. Fascinosa carta del territorio, tratta da "Italia" il fondamentale primo atlante con carte di tutta la penisola, che il geografo e matematico Magini realizzò a fine '500, ma che, a causa della sua morte, fu pubblicato solo nel 1620 dal figlio. Grazie ai contatti personali con le istituzioni ed i più importanti cartografi del tempo, Magini ebbe a disposizione materiale cartografico talvolta inedito o comunque non disponibile per gli studiosi. La sua opera costituì il fondamento di tutta la cartografia del XVII secolo, venendo costantemente copiata da tutti i successivi autori. Cartiglio in basso a sinistra con la dedica a Francesco Maria Feltrio della Rovere, in alto col titolo e rosa dei venti in basso a destra. Ottimo esemplare

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        The Decameron Containing an hundred pleasant novels Wittily discoursed, between seaven Honourable Ladies, and three Noble Gentlemen

      London: printed by Isaac Jaggard, 1620. First English language edition. One of the classic early works of world literature and a source that Shakespeare drew from. Expertly bound to style in high grain, dark brown morocco with raised bands, gilt borders and central panels. All edges gilt. Title page to the first part mounted, corners of the second leaf (part 1) and the final leaf (part 2) restored. Blank top margin of leaves L(2), L(3), Z(4), aa(1-3) in the second part also restored. Minor soiling to a number of leaves, but mostly in the preliminaries. Penciled notations on the front paste-down and end-paper. Collated complete, with the exception of the two blank leaves, one at the end of part one and the other at the beginning of part two. With all numbering inconsistencies as noted in Pforzheimer, 71. A very handsome and desirable edition, printed by same shop that would print Shakespeare's first folio in 1623. While copies of the second edition of part one, bound with the first edition of part two can usually be located, true first printings of both parts are scarce. This copy with a 1713 ownership signature (John Saunders) in the preliminaries of part one and on the title page of part two, showing a copy that has been together for at least 300 years. From the collection of Brent Gration-Maxfield.

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        BREVE DESCRITTIONE DELL?ALPI CHE DIVIDONO ITALIA DALLA GERMANIA & DALLA FRANCIA. Con i passi per dove possono condursi esserciti.

      Milano, nella Regia Ducal Corte, per Marco Tullio Malatesta, 1620. In-8 p. (mm. 223x168), cartonato muto antico, pp. 15, vignetta xilografata al frontespizio; ornato da fregi e grandi capilett. pure inc. su legno. Il libro tratta specificatamente delle Alpi a livello scientifico, geografico e storico. "Prima edizione" di quest?opera estremamente rara e ricercata, ?dedicata all?illustriss. Signore, Don Gonzale di Olivera, Capitano di Lancie di ordinanza per Sua Maestà nello Stato di Milano, & al presente Governatore della Cavalleria?. Sconosciuta a tutte le bibliografie. Con lievi fiorit. ma certamente un buon esemplare con barbe.

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        Historiae ecclesiasticae Novi Testamenti...Qua res Christianorum, Judaeorum, Gentilium, Muhammedanorum, iuxta novem, post natum Christum.... Tomus I - IX in 10 Bdn. (compl.).

      Kl.8, je ca 700 S., Kleisterpapierumschlag d. Zeit, handschriftl. Rückenbeschriftung., Minimal fleckig, sonst tadellos. VD17 12:116106Q. Im letzten Band Vita von Hottinger von Joh. Heinrich Heidegger. - Johann Heinrich Hottinger (1620-1667) studierte in Genf, Groningen und Leiden orientalische Sprachen und Theologie. Nachdem er England und Frankreich bereist hatte, wurde er 1642 in Zürich Professor der Kirchengeschichte, 1648 der Theologie und der orientalischen Sprachen und 1653 ordentlicher Professor der Rhetorik und Logik.Zwei Jahre später folgte er einem Ruf als Professor der orientalischen Sprachen nach Heidelberg, kehrte aber 1661 nach Zürich zurück und erhielt hier die Würde eines beständigen Rektors der Universität.Im Begriff, einem Ruf an die Universität Leiden zu folgen, ertrank er mit dreien seiner Kinder bei der Kornhausbrücke ausserhalb der damaligen Stadtmauern in der Limmat, als der überladene Kahn umschlug.

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        Volständige Braunschweigische Lüneburgische Chronica

      Was für und nach Christi Geburt/in diesen Landen für Thaten verrichtet/Welche treffliche Keyser/Könige/Geist und Welt/Prälaten/Graffen und Herrn zu jederzeit allhier geherschet/zu welcher zeit die fürnembsste/Clöster/Städte und Schlösser findirt und erbauet/beneben angehengtem Chronico des Bisthumbs Hildeßheim: Mit vielen gedruckten und ungedruckten/Glaubwirdigen Geschichtsschreibern/Väpplichen Bullen/Keyserlichen Handfesten und Fürstlichen Briefen/alten Documenten ... 4 Teile in einem Band. Vermehrte und verbesserte Auflage durch Heeinrich Meybaum. Magdeburg, Betzeln, 1620. 612 S., 22 S. Register mit über 150 Textholzschnitten. Privater alter Pbd. (bst. StaV. Vorsatzseite fehlt 8 Seiten fehlen, darunter Städtedarstellungen von Braunschweig und Göttingen. Titelrand u. 1 Seite hinterlegt gelegentlich Randflecken) - Diese grundlegende Chronik wurde bis ins 18. Jahrhundert hinein gedruckt. Unter den Holzschnitten Ansichten von Hildesheim und Lüneburg sowie vielen heraldischen Darstellungen und Stammbäume -

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        Festa nell'Arno

      1620. Acquaforte e bulino, circa 1620. Da un soggetto di Jacques Callot. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata al rame, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Raffigurante la Festa a Firenze del 1619, l'opera è una delle cinque derivazioni del celebre "ventaglio" del Callot. Rara. Lieure 302 / copia 5 290 215

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius]
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        MÜNCHEN. - Pfalzgraf Wolfgang Wilhelm., "Eigentliche Abbildung, welcher gestalt Ihr Fürstl. Gn. Wolffgang Wilhelm Pfaltzgraf vor München den 10. Novemb. 1613 empfangen worden". Zehn Darstellungen auf einem Blatt bei Gelegenheit der Vermählung des Pfalzgrafen mit Magdalena, Herzogin von Bayern. Mittelbild der Empfang vor München mit Gesamtansicht der Stadt rechts, links Dachau, darunter gestochene Erklärungen. Links und rechts Szenen der Festlichkeiten.

      Kupferstich aus den Geschichtsblättern von Franz und Abraham Hogenberg, um 1620, 25,5 x 30 cm. Maillinger I, 321 Pfister 2583 (mit ausführlicher Beschreibung) Slg. Proebst 1488 Hellwig 413 nicht bei Lentner. - Aus der "Sammlung von Darstellungen geschichtlicher Ereignisse zwischen 1530 und 1630". - Zeigt den Empfang des Pfalzgrafen Wolfgang Wilhelm von Neuburg mit Gefolge vor den Toren Münchens anläßlich seiner Vermählung mit Magdalena von Bayern, den Zug zur Kirche, Hochzeitsbankett und -tanz, Szenen vom Turnier sowie die Abreise aus München. - Gut erhaltenes, interessantes, zeitgenössisches Flugblatt in einem alten Rahmen. BAYERN, Flugblätter, Oberbayern

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        Das Oesterreichische Heer von Ferdinand II., Römisch Deutschen Kaiser, bis Franz Josef I., Kaiser von Oesterreich. Lfg. 1-20.

      80 handkol. Orig. Lithographien in Orig. Lieferungsumschlägen, Blattgr. ca 21x29 cm, zusammen in grauer Kartonschachtel, hs. beschriftet, die Blätter sind tlw. schwach stockfleck. u. gebr., Taf. 1 an Oberkante m. kl. Einriss, Umschläge leicht staubfl. u. an den Rü. geringf. eingeriss., insges. guter Zustand. Uniformen des österreich. Heeres von 1620-1835.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker]
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        Ischia Isola, olim Aenaria

      Joh. et Cornelius Blaeu exc., 1620 ca. - Splendida carta dell'Isola di Ischia inc. in rame e impreziosita da superba coloritura dell'epoca. Raffigurata anche parte della costa campana con l'Isola di Procida. Misura mm. 380x495 alla battuta + marg. bianchi integri. Tit. entro cornice elaborata. Perfetta.

      [Bookseller: TABERNA LIBRARIA - ALAI - ILAB]
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        Brief mit eigenh. U. ("Isabel"). Brüssel, 12. V. 1620.

      1620. ½ S. auf Doppelblatt. Folio. Mit Adresse (Faltbrief) und papiergedecktem Siegel. Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt; an den Rändern etwas angestaubt und fleckig, zwei kleine Randeinrisse alt hinterlegt.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris]
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        \"Fragmentum Cartae Vopelianae, cui ex alijs loca pauca adiecta sunt.\" Mit Stammtafeln der Zähringer, Habsburger usw. recto und verso.

       Kupferstich nach Caspar Vopelius bei J. ab Heyden, 1620, 22 x 39 cm (Karte) bzw. 46,5 x 56 cm (Einfassungslinie). Nicht genordete Karte aus \"W. Lazius, Austriae Chorographia\", Pagina IV, unter Verwendung der Rheinkarte des Caspar Vopelius von ca. 1558. - Zeigt den Rheinlauf von Konstanz bis Rastatt, mit der Nordwestschweiz (Thuner- und Vieraldstättersee), dem Sundgau mit Schlettstadt und dem südlichen Breisgau (Vorderösterreich). Verso elf Embleme von Herrschern, darunter Kaiser Rudolph I. - Mit Rändchen um die Plattenkante, dort geringe Läsuren, geglätteter Mittelbug. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Spezialkarten, Landkarten

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        De contemplatione divina libri sex.

      Antwerp, Plantin for Moretus, 1620. - circa 18 x 11,5 cm. Engraved title by Rubens, 11 ff., 541 pp., 8 ff. Contemporary marbled boards, spine covered with a medieval musical manuscript on vellum (in red and black, with neumes) "LThK X, 128: "Zählt zu den klassischen Werken der Mystik wegen der Klarheit und Sicherheit der Lehre." - First edition of this important treatise about contemplation and prayer in six chapters. The first gives a general introduction and explains the difference between "contemplatio acquisita" and "contemplatio infusa" which is then described in great detail through the books 2-5. Whereas the acquired variant in prayer is active and natural the "infused" and passive contemplation is a supernatural gift of God who manifests himself in a mystical union. Chapters 2 to 5 characterize the grades and hierarchies that can be achieved by a form of mental training and spiritual exercises. The sixth and last part is then dedicated to the "perfectissimo contemplationis genere" which is only sometimes granted "sanctioribus ac purioribus mentibus". The Discalced Carmelite Thomas a Jesu (1564-1627) is one of the most important adherents and scholars of mystical theology. His distinction of the different states of prayer is considered the eminent contribution of the Carmelites to Christian theology. - The engraved title after a drawing by Rubens shows a nun and a monk looking up towards an aureola with the letters of the name of God that appears from behind a curtain that is being lowered by two angels. - The work appears to be quite rare, we cannot trace any copy in US libraries and OCLC has only one in the Biblioteca Nacional de Mexico for the Americas. - Some browning, small wormhole in white margin for the first leaves not touching text, little spotting, endpaper with older label, binding rubbed. " [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Territorio di Bergamo

      1620. Carta geografica raffigurante il territorio bergamasco. Piccolo restauro, in basso, alla piega mm 345x463

      [Bookseller: Libreria Trippini Sergio]
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        Ischia Isola, olim Aenaria

      Joh. et Cornelius Blaeu exc., 1620 ca. Splendida carta dell'Isola di Ischia inc. in rame e impreziosita da superba coloritura dell'epoca. Raffigurata anche parte della costa campana con l'Isola di Procida. Misura mm. 380x495 alla battuta + marg. bianchi integri. Tit. entro cornice elaborata. Perfetta.

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        Brief mit eigenh. U. ("Carol"). Günzburg, 18. November 1620.

      1620. ¾ S. Folio. Mit Adresse (Faltbrief). In Sachen des Pfarrers zu Ersingen wegen des Pfarrhofs und des Geitreidezehenten. - Der Sohn von Erzherzog Karl II., schon früh für den geistlichen Stand bestimmt, war 1608 gegen den Willen der schlesischen Fürsten und Stände vom Domkapitel zum Bischof von Breslau gewählt worden. "Er setzte die Restaurationstätigkeit fort und beanspruchte das ius reformandi im Bistumsland, so daß es auf dem Fürstentag 1609 zu offenen Spannungen kam. Karl protestierte vergeblich gegen den schlesischen Majestätsbrief Kaiser Rudolfs II. von 1609, in dem es vorwiegend um Religionsfreiheit, Kirche und Schule der evangelischen Bürger seiner Residenz Neisse ging. Wegen des Eingriffs der schlesischen Stände in seine landesherrlichen Rechte ließ er 1616 den Rädelsführer der Stadt enthaupten. Nach Ausbruch des böhmischen Aufstandes mußte Karl, der 1613 zum Bischof von Brixen gewählt und damit Reichsfürst geworden war, 1619 zu seinem Schwager König Sigmund III. Wasa von Polen fliehen und ging 1620 nach Brixen. Erst 1621 kehrte er nach Neisse zurück. Seit 1618 war Karl auch Hoch- und Deutschmeister und reiste 1624, zum Vizekönig von Portugal ausersehen, nach Madrid, wo er wenig später starb" (DBE). - Etwas angestaubt und gebräunt und mit winzigen Papierdurchbrüchen in den Faltungen.

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        Le prototype ou tres-parfait et analogique exemplaire de l'art chimicq; a la phisique ou philosophie de la science naturelle. Contenant les causes principes & demonstrations scientifiq; de la certitude dudit art.

      Paris, J. A. Joallin, 1620. Small 8vo (10.2 x 15.8 cm). Title page, [vii], 136, [xiv] pp. Contemportary mottled calf. Spine with gilt lines and floral vignettes. Red morocco label with gilt short-title. Marbled endpapers. Red edges.= Extremely rare (al)chemical treatise by the French nobleman René de la Chastre (1581-after 1663). According to Caillet, it contains the fundamental principles of the "Grand oeuvre", or the process of working with the prima materia to create the philosopher's stone. The work has a surprisingly modern sounding title. However, "...The words in the title might make the modern reader think that this work is indeed an experimental chemical treatise leading to an overall philosophy of natural science, but this is not the case. La Chastre's text is a traditional alchemical description of nature's perfection of gold and how the operator might duplicate its process in his laboratory" (Debus). A detailed biography, handwritten on old, blue paper, is tipped-in in front. Additionally on the front pastedown two old sales catalogue records, as well as a loosely inserted newspaper clipping dated 1933, stating that the work is rare. The first catalogue clipping may describe this copy. Some shelfwear to spine and boards, otherwise a very good, complete copy. No auction records can be traced, we could find only one copy that was on the market in 1963 with Goldschmidt, Catalogue 127, Medicine and Science. Caillet II, 5899; Debus, "The French Paracelsians: The chemical challenge to medical and scientific tradition in early modern France", p. 47.

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        I carichi militari...

      Appresso Bidelli, 1620. Cm. 16,5, pp. (52) 282 (2) + 2 ccb. Bel frontespizio interamente figurato e 5 tavole incise in rame e più volte ripiegate fuori testo. Legatura strettamente coeva in piena pergamena floscia con nervi passanti. Sguardie posteriori. Esemplare fresco, genuino ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Alcune interessanti annotazioni manoscritte di mano coeva limitate a poche carte. Seconda edizione (dopo l'originale del 1610) di questo classico della letteratura militare. Cfr. Choix, 6201: "Ouvrage assez rare et très important. Les planches en grand format représentent les ordres de bataille, la manière de l'attaque des fortifications etc.".

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        Letter signed with autograph salutation ("E. L. getreuer Vetter Maximilian"). Munich, 9. III. 1620.

      1620. Folio. ¾ p. on double leaf. With address. To Elector Johann Georg I. of Saxony (1585-1656), regarding one Anna Purkholzer who is to receive financial support: "Waßan unß Anna unnd Maria Purckholzerin diemittigst Supp: gelassen lassen, das vernemben E. L. ab dem Einschlus hiebei ohnbeschwert mit mehrerm. Wiewollen unnß nun bewust, daß dieselbe ohne daß genaigt, iedem zu dem ienigen, und den Supp.li[canten] was Inen von rechts wegen gebürt, zuuerhelffen, So haben wür doch Inen die gebettene Intercession nit verwaigern wöllen [...]". - Fol. 2 with some small tears due to breaking of seal (not touching text); rather dusty and browned due to paper.

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        Antonii Bevilaquae Macasturnae Comitis. Carmina. Ad illustrissimum ac Reverendissimum Bonifatium Cardin. Bevilaquam eius filuim

      Apud Franciscum Sucium, 1620. In 8, pp. (32) + 138. Macchie alle prime 2 cc. con manc. ad un marg. sup. Ampia bordura tipografica e insegna tip. al f. Moltissimi capolettera e fregi sia xil. che tip. n. t. Elegante  testo corsivo.  Cart. rustica. Rarissima edizione originale di questa raccolta di carmi latini per varie occasioni. Di chiaro ambito ferrarese e legato alla corte Estense, come testimonia la composizione iniziale dedicata a Lucrezia, sorella di Alfonso II, Duca di Ferrara, oppure quella dedicata a Ercole II. Un componimento descrive un terremoto avvenuto in Ferrara. Nessun es. in ICCU. ITA

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        Itinerarium Aegypti, Arabiae, Palaestinae, Syriae, aliarumque Regionum Orientalium. Nuremberg, Abraham Wagenmann, (1620-)1621.

      1620. Small 4to. With fine engraved portrait of the author after Peter Issel to verso of title, engraved armorial device to verso of dedication f., 6 folding engraved plates, and woodcut printer's device to imprimatur f. at end. Contemporary limp vellum. First edition, second issue (with title dated 1621). The first complete copy since the Camille Aboussouan sale in 1993. This second issue has two more plates than the first. "Fürer [...] travelled extensively from 1563-66, first in Italy and then to the Ionian Islands, Egypt and Palestine. The work is concerned with the latter, though Fürer does provide some information on Corfu, Zakynthos, Crete and Cyprus. He is the first to give a description of Vesalius's tomb on Zakynthos" (Blackmer). - "Mons Calvarius" plate trimmed just within border at foot; some (mostly light) waterstaining to lower margins, mostly light marginal foxing. Macro, Bibliography of the Arabian Peninsula, 995. VD 17, 23:247329C. Blackmer 640. Aboussouan 363. Weber II, 191. Ibrahim-Hilmy I, 249. Gay 53. Tobler 70. Graesse II, 643. Brunet II, 1417 ("volume rare et assez recherché").

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        Trattato delle piante & immagini de sacri edifizi di Terra Santa. Florence, Pietro Cecconcelli, (1619)-1620.

      1620. Folio (205 x 295 mm). (8), 65, (1) pp. With engr. title page, large woodcut printer's device on reverse of final f., and 34 double-page-sized etchings by Jacques Callot, printed from 38 plates, with 46 numbered illustrations. Contemp. limp vellum with ms. title "Amico" to spine. All edges red. Second edition, the first to be illustrated by Callot. All etchings are in their first state, with typographical text on the reverse. Colophone dated "M.DC.XIX". The etchings are numbered 1-41 and 43-47. "Mariette parle de cette série dans ses 'Notes Manuscrites' (Paris, Cabinet des Estampes). Ces planches, dit-il, sont gravée d'une manière très ferme et le peu de figures qui s'y rencontrent sont des mieux qu'ait faites Callot" (Lieure). Includes a view and a plan of Jerusalem, views of buildings with many details and ground plans unsurpassed for centuries, according to Tobler. - A good copy with slight foxing to margins. Top spine end slightly bumped; modern endpapers. Loss of upper corner to p. 53 (fig. 41), remargined using the respective page of another copy without illustrations on verso (slight loss to etched border; some gluestaining). Several contemporary marginalia; ms. notes to endpapers; ms. index et the end. Bound first is a large, folding engraved map of the eastern Mediterranean with insets of Palestine and Jerusalem, engraved by Nicolas Sanson: "Iesu Christi Salvatoris Nostri et Apostolorum Petri, et Pauli Mansiones, Itinera, Peregrinationes &c. per Galilaeam, Samariam, Iudaeam; et per Aegyptum, Asiam, Europam" (from: Sanson, Geographia Sacra. Paris, Mariette, 1665). Ms. ownership "Mompre et Moucheron" on reverse. STC 29. Cicognara 3932. Atabey 20. Blackmer 31. Kat. der Ornamentstichslg. Berlin 2782. Pollen I, 24. Fowler 19. Röhricht 837. Tobler 87. Laor 940 & 941. Plan 220-254. Meaume 4455-4489. Lieure 306-352. Sanson's map: Laor 697. Graesse I, 101.

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        I. Sigismundi Scacciae Iuriscons. Romani Tractatus de commerciis et cambio . - Angebunden: II. Tractatus de appellationibus.

      Coloniae, sumptibus Antonij Botzeri, 1620 / Francofurti : E Collegio Musarum novenarum Paltheniano, 1615. - Titel in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt, mit Titelholzschnitt. 4 Blatt, 507, (87) Seiten. - Mit Titelholzschnitt. 4 Blatt, 598 Seiten, 44 Blatt. 35,5 x 22,5 cm, Pergament der Zeit über Holzdeckeln, mit reicher floraler und figürlicher Blindprägung: Im Mittelteil des Vorderdeckels ein Bild der Justitia, auf dem Hinterdeckel Allegorie des Handels. I. Opus nunc primum in Germania editum, et a plurimis mendis repurgatum, accessit etiam index copiosissimus. VD17 1:011291S. - II. Nunc primum in Germania cum indice copiosissimo, excusus, & a mendis vindicatus. VD17 12:628440K. - Einband gering fleckig. Titel etwas angerändert und mit rotem Lacksiegel. Kaum gebräuntes, sauberes Exemplar. Außergewöhnlich schönes Exemplar in zeitgenössischem, sprechenden Einband, der mit dem Inhalt korrespondiert.

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        [Geographia.] Rerum geographicarum libri XVII. Paris, typis Regiis, 1620.

      1620. Folio (339 x 225 mm). 2 parts in one volume. (12), 843, (112) pp. (4), 282, (8) pp. Title printed in red and black with engraved vignette showing arms of Louis XIII, initials. Double-column text in Greek and Latin. Contemp. citron morocco gilt, boards of gilt fillets enclosing a semé of fleurs-de-lys, alternating with the kings crowned monogram, enclosing arms of Louis XIII (variant of Olivier 2493, fer 1). Spine in 7 compartments, the second with gilt-lettered title, others filled with the same semé. All edges gilt. Enlarged and corrected second edition ("much more accurate and splendid than the first", says Dibdin) of Strabo's "Geography", one of the earliest and most important scientific treatises of historical geography. Contains the Greek text beside Xylander's Latin translation, with commentaries by Frédéric Morel and Isaac Casaubon. Together with the works of Ptolemy and Solinus, Strabo's "Geography" constitutes the first attempt at a unified treatise of geographical knowledge. Strabo had visited Egypt and sailed up the Nile in 25 BC. Even in the introductory chapters, the author provides important details on the Arabian Peninsula: "Adjoining the Ethiopians, a needy and nomad race, is Arabia: one part of which is distinguished above all other lands by the title of Felix [i.e., Hedjaz and Nejd-ed-Ared], and the other, though not dignified by that name, is both generally believed and also said to be pre-eminently blessed. Though Homer knew of Arabia Felix, at that time it was by no means wealthy, but a wild country, the inhabitants of which dwelt for the most part in tents. It is only a small district which produces the aromatics from which the whole territory afterwards received its name, owing to the rarity of the commodity amongst us, and the value set upon it. That the Arabians are now flourishing and wealthy is due to their vast and extended trade" (bk. 1, p. 39); "Arabia Felix is bounded by the entire Arabian and Persian Gulfs, together with all the country of the tent-dwellers and the Sheikh-governed tribes. [...] Beside the ocean the country is tolerably fitted for habitation of man, but not so the centre of the country: this for the most part is barren, rugged sand desert. The same applies to the country of the Troglodytic Arabians and the part occupied by the fish-eating tribes" (bk. 2, p. 130f.) Furthermore, books 15 and 16 are devoted entirely to the Orient (bk. 16 is on Arabia in particular), while the final book 17 discusses Egypt and Libya. - The personal copy of Louis XIII, King of France (1601-43), magnificently bound for him with his arms and monogram. Later in the Jesuit College, Paris (inscription on title page); om 1624 awarded to the scholar Robert Roussel, College de Clermont, Jesuit College of Paris, as a prize for eloquence in Greek (inscription on preliminary blank). A faint, unidentified stamp on the title page; stamp of the Bibliothèque Publique of Alençon on J2 and final leaf. - Slight edge defect to upper margin of QQq3, affecting a few letters of the headline. A few marginal abrasions to the binding's edges professionally repaired. Brunet V, 554. Graesse VII, 604. Schweiger I, 303. Hoffmann III, 454. Dibdin II, 433. Moss II, 620f. Ebert 21809.

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        [Vivarais]. Cest le livre / des contractz / de la maison / des Soulholz / au pouvoir /danne Bezasse / veufve de feu / Jacques Béraud / de Montpezat.

      1620 ca In-8 de (47) feuillets non chiffrés, couverts d'une écriture cursive moyennement lisible (environ 20 lignes par page) ; (5) feuillets vierges. Vélin souple de l'époque à rabats rempliés et lacés, titre poussé en lettres calligraphiées sur le premier plat, coutures apparentes au dos (Des feuillets roussis ou avec oxydation due à l'encre, mais bel exemplaire, tel que constitué). Il s'agit d'un recueil manuscrit d'actes et de contrats rédigé vers 1620 à l'usage d'Anne Bezasse, veuve de Jacques Béraud (ce dernier vivait encore en 1616 puisqu'il est l'auteur d'une reconnaissance en faveur de sa femme, ce qui permet une datation approximative). L'ensemble semble d'un seul tenant et d'une seule main, à l'exception des deux feuillets terminaux (46-47), d'une autre main, moins soignée et plus cursive, qui y a consigné des acquittements de rentes échelonnés de 1666 à 1680. La localisation exacte n'est pas facile : au moins cinq paroisses d'Ancien Régime portent le nom de Montpezat. Mais la mention des "Soulholz" comme lieu-dit d'où sont originaires plusieurs membres de la famille, comme le patronyme rare de "Bezasse" (aujourd'hui éteint, mais dont la dernière localisation était en Ardèche) incite à identifier le Montpezat du manuscrit à Montpezat-sous-Bauzon (07), dont un des hameaux anciens porte bien le nom de Souilhols (orthographe actuelle). De surcroît, la mention du prince d'Harcourt (Alphonse-Henri-Charles de Lorraine, 1648-1719) dans les acquittements de rente des deux derniers feuillets confirme cette identification : cadet de Lorraine, le prince possédait des terres dans la région. Voici la liste des actes de la première partie (ff. 1- 45) : 1. Testement de Pierre Soulhol des Soulholz de Montpezat (de 1580, collationné en 1600). 2. Quictance pour Pierre Soulhol du lieu des Soulholz parroisse de Montpezat (de 1565). 3. Quictance pour Jacques Béraud du Villaur, parroisse de Montpezat (de 1606). 4. Recognoissance de Pierre Soulhol des Soulholz de Montpezat. 5. Testement de Antho[ine] Bezasse habitant des Soulholz parroisse de Montpezat (de 1610). 6. Quictance pour Anthoine Bezasse habitant du lieu des Soulholz parroisse de Montpezat (de 1583). 7. Quictance pour Jehanne Soulholle des Soulholz parroisse de Montpezat (de 1612). 8. Quictance pour Jehanne Soulholle femme danthoine Bezasse du lieu des Soulholz parroisse de Montpezat (de 1609). 9. Quictance po[ur] Jehanne Soulholle veufve de Mr Anthoine Bezasse des Soulholz parroisse de Montpezat (de 1612). 10. Quictance de 1606. 11. Quictance. 12. Quictance de 1604. 13. Quictance de 1606. 14. Recognoissance faicte par Jacques Béraud du Marer pour et au nom danne Bezasse sa femme (de 1616), suivie d'une quittance afférente. 15. Recognoissance de Pierre Soulhol du lieu des Soulholz (de 1560). 16. Quictance pour Anne Bezasse femme de Jacques Béraud du Villard parroisse de Montepezat (de 1617).

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        [Geographia.] Rerum geographicarum libri XVII. Paris, typis Regiis, 1620.

      1620. Folio. 2 parts in one volume. (12), 843, (112) pp. (4), 282, (8) pp. Title printed in red and black with engraved vignette showing arms of Louis XIII. Double-column text in Greek and Latin. Finely engraved head- and tail-pieces and large inhabited initials throughout. Contemporary English vellum gilt, panelled sides with two double-rule borders enclosing a four-part fan motif centrepiece and surrounded by fan motif cornerpieces, flat spine gilt with foliate motifs and small tools. Enlarged and corrected second edition ("much more accurate and splendid than the first", says Dibdin) of Strabo's "Geography", one of the earliest and most important scientific treatises of historical geography. Contains the Greek text beside Xylander's Latin translation, with commentaries by Frédéric Morel and Isaac Casaubon. Together with the works of Ptolemy and Solinus, Strabo's "Geography" constitutes the first attempt at a unified treatise of geographical knowledge. Strabo had visited Egypt and sailed up the Nile in 25 BC. Even in the introductory chapters, the author provides important details on the Arabian Peninsula: "Adjoining the Ethiopians, a needy and nomad race, is Arabia: one part of which is distinguished above all other lands by the title of Felix [i.e., Hedjaz and Nejd-ed-Ared], and the other, though not dignified by that name, is both generally believed and also said to be pre-eminently blessed. Though Homer knew of Arabia Felix, at that time it was by no means wealthy, but a wild country, the inhabitants of which dwelt for the most part in tents. It is only a small district which produces the aromatics from which the whole territory afterwards received its name, owing to the rarity of the commodity amongst us, and the value set upon it. That the Arabians are now flourishing and wealthy is due to their vast and extended trade" (bk. 1, p. 39); "Arabia Felix is bounded by the entire Arabian and Persian Gulfs, together with all the country of the tent-dwellers and the Sheikh-governed tribes. [...] Beside the ocean the country is tolerably fitted for habitation of man, but not so the centre of the country: this for the most part is barren, rugged sand desert. The same applies to the country of the Troglodytic Arabians and the part occupied by the fish-eating tribes" (bk. 2, p. 130f.) Furthermore, books 15 and 16 are devoted entirely to the Orient (bk. 16 is on Arabia in particular), while the final book 17 discusses Egypt and Libya. - With 19th c. bookplate of Richard Newcome, and later label of Viscount Mersey, Bignor Park, on the front free endpaper. Short marginal tear and a crease to the titlepage, single minute wormhole in the inner margin through the first half of the text block; a very good copy. Brunet V, 554. Graesse VII, 604. Schweiger I, 303. Hoffmann III, 454. Dibdin II, 433. Moss II, 620f. Ebert 21809.

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        Rudimenta linguae Arabicae. Accedunt eiusdem praxis grammatica; & consilium de studio Arabico feliciter instituendo. Leiden, ex typographia auctoris, 1620.

      1620. 8vo. (16), 184, (56) pp. With woodcut printer's device on t. p. Modern half vellum with marbled covers. Rare first edition. "The work opens with the well known 'Consilium de studio arabico feliciter instituendo' here published for the first time. At the end is given a 'Catalogus librorum arabicorum', compiled by Erpenius and Coddaeus, and listing most of the work concerned with Arabic published so far. It is one of the sources for the alleged Koran printed in Venice ca. 1520" (Smitskamp). Remarkably, the author printed his introduction in the Arabic style, from right to left. Erpenius (1584-1624), professor of oriental languages at Leiden, "is one of the men whom the study of oriental languages owes its resurrection [...] He set up his own printing shop with Hebrew, Arabic, Syrian, Ethiopian, and Turkish type" (cf. ADB). Until well into the 19th century his works, published in numerous editions, remained the foundation of Arabic language teaching in the west. - A few underlinings and marginalia in Latin and Arabic. Some waterstaining. From the library of the Danzig Lutheran Nathanael Dilger (1604-79) with his marginalia and autograph note of acquisition, dated November 1625, on title page. Graesse II, 499. Hoefer XVI, 309. Schnurrer 55. Smitskamp 88. ADB VI, 329 ("1628" in error). Cf. Ebert 6914. Gay 3400 (later ed.). Brunet 1050 (later ed.).

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        Il Solimano Tragedia. Florence, Pietro Cecconcelli, 1620.

      1620. 4to. Illustrated, engraved title by Jacques Callot, (10), 162, (2) pp. With 5 folding, etched plates by Callot and woodcut printer's device. Contemporary limp vellum. Wants ties. First edition. The magnificent engravings count among the most beautiful of Callot's theatre and ballet illustrations. "The play [about the murder of young Mustapha by his father, the Turkish Sultan Soliman II (1596-1666)], which is dedicated to Cosimo II, Grand Duke of Tuscany, was a great success as a book; by 1636 it had gone through six editions [...] The artistic significance of this work lies especially in its swift dramatic action, the well-differentiated characterisations, the skilful metre, and last but not least in its lyrical passages [...]" (cf. KNLL II, 892). "Tragedia in cinque atti, una delle più importanti ed interessanti del secolo XVII, assai ricercata per la bella veste tipografica" (Libr. Vinciana). - Some foxing and browning in the blank margins; spine imperceptibly restored. Cicognara 1086. Gamba 1536. Kat. d. Ornamentstichslg. Berlin 4112. Libreria Vinciana 3870. Slg. Schäfer, Sotheby's Cat. 8/XII/1994, lot 38 (USD 6000). Lieure 363-368. Brunet I, 1089. Graesse I, 483. Ebert 2725.

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        Nova Italiae Delineatio.

      1620. Amsterdam, 1620 circa. Incisione in rame all'acquaforte, colore, cm 39 x 50, 8 (alla lastra) più margini bianchi. Titolo in alto a destra, entro cartiglio costituito da tavola sorretta da figure allegoriche con sottostante la "Lupa Italia" che allatta Romolo e Remo; in basso a destra, entro altro cartiglio con i busti di Romolo e Remo, due scale grafiche di miglia italiane e germaniche; nel mare ci sono navi e vascelli e la testa emergente di un mostro marino. Carta con reticolato e con margine graduato su tutto il perimetro. Testo francese al verso. Tutti gli elementi della carta derivano dalla "Italia Nuova" del Magini del 1608. La carta conobbe molte ristampe, tra cui quelle realizzate da J. Jansonium e inserite nei più diffusi atlanti olandesi della prima metà del 1600, tra cui quello dei Blaew; tra queste se ne segnala una datata 1641, con scale grafiche in basso a sinistra e con l'inserimento, in basso a destra, di otto stemmi degli stati più importanti. La carta è peraltro identica a quella fiancheggiata complessivamente da dodici vedute di città, da otto riquadri con costumi italiani e da otto stemmi che la rendono ricca di sfarzo e molto decorativa. Esemplare in tenue coloritura e in assoluto buono stato di conservazione (l'alone che si percepisce al margine inferiore è un riflesso fotografico).

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        Histoire de Louis XI. Roy de France: et des choses admirables advenues de son regne, depuis l'an 1460. jusques à 1483. Autrement dicte, la Chronique scandaleuse

      - S.n., S.d. 1620, Pet. in-8 (10x16cm), (2) 396pp. (37), relié. - Nuova edizione, abbastanza raro. Un Ritratto di Luigi XI nel frontespizio. Originariamente pubblicato nel 1488 per "affrontare Lione. Vitello macchiato tempo pieno. Dos lavorato sollevato titolo. Pezzo in marocchino rosso. Caps logoro. Angoli leggermente urtato. Good copy. Eccellenti cronaca storica è stata scritta da un contemporaneo di Luigi XI, borghese di Parigi, notaio allo Châtelet, che meticolosamente annotava gli eventi, grandi e piccoli, presques quotidiani, il tribunale di Parigi e il governo per il lavoro in fase di sviluppo dal 1463, fino nel 1479. Dicono che è una ricca fonte storica per molti aspetti. Questa serie sarà proseguita nella grande edizione delle Memorie di Comines nel 1747. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition, assez peu courante. Un portrait de Louis XI en frontispice. Originellement publié en 1488 à l"adresse de Lyon. Reliure en plein veau moucheté d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Coiffes élimées. Coins légèrement émoussés. Bon exemplaire. Cette excellente chronique historique fut écrite par un contemporain de Louis XI, bourgeois de Paris, notaire au Châtelet, lequel consigna méticuleusement les événements, grands et petits, presques quotidiens, de la cour, de Paris et du gouvernement ; l'ouvrage étant plus développé à partir de l'année 1463, jusqu'en 1479. On dit qu'elle constitue une riche source historique à maints points de vue. Cette chronique sera reprise dans la grande édition des Mémoires de Commines en 1747.

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        Hexapla, that is A Six-Fold Commentarie upon the most Divine Epistle of the holy Apostle S. Paul to the Romanes.

      Cambridge, Printed for Leonard Greene, by Cantrell Legge 1620. 2 volumes in 1 binding, (6) 746 (20) p. Rebound Leather with 4 raised bands, richly decorated with stamps, Folio (The titlepage and page 1/2 lack a piece of paper from the upper margin.).

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        Les trois véritez plus augmentée de la Réplique faicte aux ministres de la Rochelle par le même auteur.

      Bertault Bertauvlt 1620Paris, Vve Pierre Bertavlt, 1620, [20] p. (page de titre, épistre, au lecteur, table des chapitres), 762 p., 377 p., [15] p. (table). Reliure aux armes, 17.5x11 cm, reliure soigneusement restaurée, page en regard de celle de titre annotée, intérieur propre.Merci de nous contacter à l'avance si vous souhaitez consulter une référence au sein de notre librairie.

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        Italia Antica di Cl. Tolomeo

      1620. Rappresentazione tolemaica dell'Italia mm 338x480

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        Tractatus de fideiussoribus in quo tota fideiussionum, satisdationum, & cautionum materia... SEGUE: Tractatus de solutionibus, oblationibus et retentionibus

      Ex typographica officina Io. Baptistae Ciotti, 1620. In 8 (cm 15 x 22 circa), pp. (128) + 645 + (3b) + (8) + 139 + (1b) + (22) + (2b). Tre bolli di inchiostro con abrasione della carta in un punto del frontespizio. Sporadiche annotazioni manoscritte con grafia antica nel testo. Legatura in mezza pergamena con angoli e titolo manoscritto al dorso. Due parti in un volume. Edizione originale di questo trattato sulla fideiussione nel diritto romano. Sebbene non si conosca molto della ricezione di quest'opera nel dibattito giuridico dell'epoca, sembra aver ottenuto un certo successo dal momento che ne fu stampata una seconda edizione a due anni di distanza. Griffante, Le edizioni veneziane del Seicento, 989. La biblioteca di Carlo Maria Micheli, p. 86. ITA

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        Umbria, overo Ducato di Spoleto

      1620. Carta geografica raffigurante il territorio della provincia di Terni e parte di quella di Perugia mm 370x460

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        Avvertimenti e Regole circa L’Architettura Civile, Scultura, Pittura, Prospettiva et Architettura Militare per Offesa e Difesa di Fortezze. Primera Edición. Año 1620. Encuadernación original

      Pandolfo Malatesta Stampator Regio Camerale, Milano 1620 - For major safety in your decision of purchase, we send (free of charge) a video demonstration of the conservation status of the book. Pour une plus grande sécurité dans votre décision d'achat, nous envoyons (sur demande et gratuitement) un vidéo de démonstration de l'état de conservation du livre. Para mayor seguridad en su decisión de compra, le enviamos (a solicitud y sin cargo) un video de demostración del estado de conservación del ejemplar. Estado de conservación del ejemplar: A 396 años de su aparición el ejemplar conserva su encuadernación original. El libro NO ha sido intervenido. Faltan la portada, contraportada y páginas 28 y 29. Desgarro y rotura de bordes de la segunda y tercera página que no afectan el texto. Rotura parcial en la cuarta que no afecta la integridad del texto. Página octava desprendida y con roturas en sus bordes con parcial afectación del texto. Algunas páginas presentan en su borde inferior manchas de humedad. A partir de la décima página y hasta la página cuarenta y seis (46) el libro se encuentra en muy buenas condiciones para su antigüedad con dibujos y cropquis completos y en buen estado. (A excepción de las páginas 28 y 29 que faltan.) Páginas amarillentas por el paso del tiempo. Dimensiones 207 x 265mm. 46pp, Primera edición 1620. Treinta y tres (33) planchas grabadas en el texto. Antonio Pietro Barca fue un ingeniero y arquitecto de Milán al servicio de España. "Este libro está dedicado al rey Felipe III de España, pero poco conocido y celebrado por muy pocos, a pesar de los méritos de estar situado entre tratados más juiciosos. Tablas dibujadas con gran pureza, y registradas con precisión por el mismo autor. Doce Tablas son Arquitectura, siete para la escultura, es decir, para las proporciones del cuerpo humano, seis para la perspectiva y ocho para fortificaciones" (Cicognara 412). Las cifras de las proporciones humanas se derivan en gran parte de los trabajos de Düre acerca de la simetría humana. Muy rara primera edición de este tratado de arquitectura en general poco estudiada. Según Luigi Vagnetti la breve sección en perspectiva contiene un análisis de una imagen específica, bien conocido, Sposalizio de Raphael (aunque, curiosamente, con los detalles arquitectónicos simplificado, sobre todo, la omisión del gran templo de 16 lados en el fondo). La tercera parte de este trabajo está dedicado a fortificaciones militares ofensivas y defensivas, con diagramas teóricos, así como planos el autor ha diseñado para una configuración regional específica (Moschetto). Los modelos grabados presentan escala de cuatro lados fuertes de estrella, hexagonales y pentagonales; los ángulos óptimos de fuego cruzado entre bastiones, y compara diferentes trayectorias de fuego de cañón. Barca también analiza el número ideal de los soldados y las municiones necesarias para defender una fortaleza "en el tempo di pace, e di guerra" así como especificaciones de dónde deben colocarse las guarniciones, y qué piezas de artillería con el fin de maximizar la eficiencia. Automatic traduction. Very rare first edition of this treatise on architecture in general poorly studied. According Luigi Vagnetti, Perspective section contains an analysis of a specific image, well known, Sposalizio Raphael (though, curiously, with simplified, especially the omission of the great temple of 16 sides in the bottom architectural details). The third part of this work is devoted to offensive and defensive military fortifications, with theoretical diagrams and drawings the author has designed for a specific locale (Moschetto). Recorded scale models feature four strong sides of star, hexagonal and pentagonal; the optimum angles of crossfire between bastions, and compares different trajectories of cannon fire. Barca also analyzes the ideal number of soldiers and necessary to defend a fortress ammunition "in the tempo di pace, and di war" as well as specifications where fittings should be placed. Encuadernado en pergamino (Original)

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